The Little Red Chairs Quotes

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The child of a gipsy family, who lived in a caravan by the sea, swore she saw the Pooka Man coming through the window at her, pointing a hatchet.
-- Narrator ("Cloonoila" paragraph 4)

Importance: In this quote, the narrator foreshadows the nefariousness of Vlad.

She watched him go down the path, lithe, straight-backed and thought that the ladies of Cloonoila, married and unmarried, would be doffing their bonnets at him.
-- Narrator ("FiFi" paragraph 19)

Importance: FiFi's thoughts foreshadow the attraction that many women of the town will feel for Vlad.

Very soon he will not be nice Dr Vladimir Dragan, he will be the most wanted man in Europe, with a price on his head.
-- Narrator ("Into the Woods" paragraph 16)

Importance: Vlad's thoughts imply that he is not quite who he seems to be.

At the risk of being too blunt . . . it seems to me Mrs McBride . . . that what you want is a lover.
-- Vlad ("Dido" paragraph 22)

Importance: Vlad seemingly intentionally attempts to slide his way into Fidelma's life as...

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