Islands in the Stream - Part I: Bimini Chapter II Summary & Analysis

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Part I: Bimini Chapter II Summary

Thomas, married at least twice and with two children by one former wife and a single child by the other, contemplates the upcoming visit of his sons for five weeks during the summer. One mother plans, without first consulting with Thomas, to visit Paris, and the other works on a motion picture in the south of France. The children will join their respective mothers after visiting Thomas.

Having built a good career as an artist, Thomas no longer worries about the behavior of his former wives. He welcomes the children's visit and does not complain that one of the mothers pushed her agenda onto him without warning or discussion. Thomas wonders why he ever left either woman, but then remembers the reasons. He cannot stand living with a woman, even if he has fondness for...

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