This Must Be the Place - The Strangest Feeling in My Legs – It’s Really Very Simple Summary & Analysis

Maggie O'Farrell
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The Strangest Feeling in My Legs: Daniel, Donegal, 2010 – Daniel Sullivan stands at his back door when his reclusive wife, Claudette, fires off a gun outside, scaring Daniel. Daniel follows her into the house to warn her about keeping guns in a house with children, even though he knows his wife fires the gun to scare off anyone she imagines might be lurking around the fence. Daniel’s six-year-old daughter, Marithe, and baby son, Calvin, however, are not bothered by the gunfire. Daniel finds it strange his wife will not let him smoke in the car around the kids, but that she has no problem running around with a gun.

Daniel then heads off to catch the train for work in Belfast, where he usually spends the workweek. Daniel is a professor of linguistics. On...

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