What the Wind Knows - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

Amy Harmon
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Chapter 25 is titled “Love's Loneliness,” and it opens with Anne opening the door to Maeve and Deirdre. Maeve's first words are an accusation that Anne continues to call Kevin Robbie. Deirdre tries to smooth over Maeve's rudeness by saying she had not realized Anne was the author. She says there is a waiting list at the library for Anne's books and “everyone in town is so excited that you're living here in our little village” (370). Maeve demands tea in the library. This time, Deirdre tries to interrupt, but Maeve is undaunted. Anne agrees to make tea. When she enters the library, Maeve and Deirdre are staring at the painting. It is obvious they are arguing, and Deirdre says that there is an “uncanny resemblance” between that woman and Anne. Maeve then asks where Thomas's journals are among the shelves of books. Anne calls...

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