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The Green Road - Shannon Airport Summary & Analysis

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As the family comes together in Ireland, the narrative shifts to combine their individual perspectives into single chapters. Where once the individual siblings and Rosaleen have had their perspectives separated into individual chapters, apart from each other even as they might have interacted, once the novel shifts to chapters in which a chapter shifts between perspectives, giving a more multifaceted understanding of the events of the text.

This chapter begins with the third person point of view narrated through Constance's perspective as Dan arrived for his visit in Ireland. After Dan's arrival, Constance realized she was already picking silent fights with Dan. The reader learned that Constance knew her brother was gay and while she might have accepted it, she still worried about what people in her town or people they met would think.

Halfway through, the chapter's focus shifted to Dan, who...

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