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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter III Summary

Thomas showers and dresses for the day. He sees Uncle Edward, a tall and handsome black islander along the King's Highway, the main street on the island. A child taunts Uncle Edward from behind a shack. Uncle Edward calls back to the hidden child that he will tell the Constable, which does not stop the taunting. Uncle Edward complains about lost dignity.

Near the Ponce de Leon bar, a black boy named Louis tells Thomas about a yachtsman who threw all sorts of things out a window of his yacht in some kind of tantrum. Louis says he sang for the yachtsman and his lady friend, but refused to sing the usual island songs. This angered the yachtsman, who then upsets his lady friend and made her cry. Louis wants to give her conch pearls...

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