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The Green Road - Untitled Sections Summary & Analysis

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After Rosaleen falls into a gap in the chapter called "The Green Road," the style of the narrative shifts again. This time, it remains in third person, past tense, but instead of the chapters being labeled by separate characters or places, the chapters devolve into a selection of chapters that are short and untitled. The short sections revolve between Rosaleen as she tried to find shelter and survive in the darkened countryside and her children, who are searching for her.

In the first of these sections, the siblings learned that Rosaleen was missing. Everyone but Constance was drunk from celebrating Christmas, so it took some time to figure out how to call the Guards (police) for help and organize a search party.

The second section returned through Rosaleen's perspective. Realizing she was lost, she began to make her way toward an old famine...

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