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The Green Road - Toronto Summary & Analysis

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"Toronto" is the first chapter in Part II "Going Home" in the novel.

It is now 2005 and the novel shifts to chapters labeled by places instead of people. In the chapter called "Toronto," the reader again encounters Dan, though now older and more settled.

As the chapter opens, Dan's lover, Ludo, told him that he should go back to Ireland to see his mother. Dan at first refused, remembering all the ways his family failed to understand him and put unwanted demands upon him. As they talked, Dan realized--to his dismay--that he loved Ludo. The narrative then flashes back to the story of how the two men met. The next day, Dan found that Ludo bought him a ticket to Ireland, and Dan confessed his love. The two men decided to marry, and Dan realized he was bad at being human. However, Dan understood...

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