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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter IV Summary

Thomas Hudson and Johnny Goodner sit in the stern of Johnny's cabin cruiser, the Narwhal, which is stern-to-stern with another cabin cruiser in the same slip, one owned by the unsavory rich man who had made his lady friend cry. Roger Davis, a writer, comes by and drinks with Thomas and Johnny. They make the conversation of old friends, have dinner together, and relax as people gather on the dock with a guitar and banjo while people at Bobby's bar celebrate the birthday of Queen Mary. More people gather on the dock and sing. Rupert Pinder, a large and strong black islander, asks if Johnny will buy rum for the people on the dock, and he does. Off one of the other boats, people shoot fireworks into the air.

Rupert fetches the rum in a...

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