What the Wind Knows - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Amy Harmon
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In Chapter 22, “Consolation,” Anne talks about the “hope and symbolism of a departing British military” (321), though two factions immediately began to fight each other for control of the Irish government. Michael begins trying to rally support for peace and Thomas often travels with him. Brigid is torn between her love and loyalty for Thomas, on one side of the issue, and her love for her sons on the other side. Michael knows that if the country erupts into war, the British will return. One day, Thomas is called to the clinic at Garvagh Glebe, leaving Anne and Michael alone. Anne says she has something important to tell Michael, but he senses she wants to warn him about the time and place of his death and he refuses to listen. Anne argues that the country and the Irish people need him, but Michael says...

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