Valiant Gentlemen - Part 2: Chapters 13 – 16 Summary & Analysis

Sabina Murray
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Part Two, Chapter XIII: Ireland begins in October of 1904. Casement is in Ireland. He is wandering around exploring when he meets a farmer who assumes he is English and that he is lost. The farmer offers him a ride to the pub and Casement accepts. He had hoped that by visiting Ireland he could connect with regular people, but everyone treats him with a measure of reserve.

Casement arrives at the pub and orders a pint. He knows Flaherty, the pub owner. They talk for a bit about Flaherty’s life and family. Flaherty motions to a man in the pub and says that he was a boy during the Famine. His family was poor and gathered together enough to send him to America so he could make a living. He was robbed of his money and never made it to America, but...

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