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Irish dating scene

Despite her disappointment, Amanda bids him farewell graciously.

The skeleton is now to be taken into the custody of the National Museum of Ireland.

Yes, the newspapers were right: snow was general all over Ireland.

Jim tells her that she was far too self-conscious and that everybody has problems.

Laura persuades him to sign a program from a play he performed in during high school, which she has kept, and works up the nerve to ask him about the girl to whom he was supposedly engaged.

This quiet moment of contemplation portrays Gabriel’s muted, hushed acceptance that he was not Gretta’s first love, and that in fact he has never felt love at all.

The blanket of snow suggests this sense of numbness in Gabriel’s character—he is literally frigid to emotion—but also the commonality of this trait.

Amanda enters in high spirits, carrying refreshments. She insists that he become a frequent caller from now on.

He says he must leave now and explains that he has to pick up Betty at the train station—the two of them are to be married in June.

It was falling on every part of the dark central plain, on the treeless hills, falling softly upon the Bog of Allen and, farther westward, softly falling into the dark mutinous Shannon waves.

It was falling, too, upon every part of the lonely churchyard on the hill where Michael Furey lay buried.

He abruptly declares that she has an inferiority complex and that she “low-rates” herself.