The Great Green Wall is a novel that explores story-telling, memory, identity, and family connections. The novel centers around a young woman named Greta and her relationship with her younger, troubled brother. Gretas younger brother, Evan, has (perhaps) murdered a local homeless man and Greta has covered it up. The siblings are locked in deceit because of this event in their early childhood. Years later, Greta is involved with a married man and Evan once again intrudes, his mental health deteriorating. Although this intrusion threatens the life that Greta is building, it offers Greta a chance to take another look at her past, to discover what really happened, and to change the course of her future.'
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Pelletier, Catherine. "The Great Green Wall." (2014). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/engl_etds/84
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