What the Wind Knows - Chapters 6-8 Summary & Analysis

Amy Harmon
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Chapter 6 is titled “A Dream of Death.” Anne tries to explain her situation and recalls a woman who woke one morning to discover she had forgotten everything, but went on without telling anyone until years later. Doctors believed she had an aneurysm, but Anne had been skeptical. Anne had never talked to Eoin about his early life, being focused on their present. She wishes now that she had information. Anne believes she might have died, and she sometimes cries. She has accepted that this Eoin is her grandfather as a child, and she is happy to spend time with him. As she talks with Thomas, she discovers that Irish revolutionary Sean Mac Diarmada and Declan were cousins. (She found Sean's button among Eoin's things.)

Thomas tells Anne the date is July 3, 1921. Anne says the British and Irish governments will come to a truce...

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