Tara Road - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Rosemary's mother is a woman who believes she and her family belong in society and should act with class. The family does not have money but the attitudes are there to a degree. Rosemary's mother remains dismayed that Rosemary is unmarried. Rosemary's sister, Eileen, is a lesbian.

Rosemary tries to get her mother to go to dinner at Quentin's. Rosemary's mother feels the place will be filled with "jumped up" politicians, the wealthy and business people while they will be unknowns. Rosemary wins the argument. In Quentin's, Rosemary points out the booth where people go when they want to be discreet. When she peeks into the booth, she sees Danny and Orla.

Danny believes that Nora knows all and constantly compliments her on her vast knowledge. Danny also says Nora looks like Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and begins to call her Holly after the Holly...

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