What the Wind Knows Setting

Amy Harmon
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Ireland

Ireland is the overall setting for the majority of the novel, with the exception of a few scenes in which Anne and Eoin are at Eoin's home in Brooklyn. Ireland holds a special appeal for Anne, partly because it is where Eoin was born and raised. He refuses to travel there, saying it is too dangerous for Anne. Until she travels back in time, she does not understand what he meant. There are several specific settings in Ireland, including Dublin and Garvagh Glebe in 1921 and Sligo and Garvagh Glebe in 2001.

Garvagh Glebe

This is the house near Lough Gill where Eoin and Thomas live in 1921, and where Anne lives in 2001. The house is above average for both time periods. In 1921, the house features bathrooms and central heat. In 2001, it has been used as a guest house and the barn has been converted to living quarters for an employee...

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