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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter VIII Summary

Thomas reflects on the boys in the house while he lies in bed and they sleep. He enjoys their company but knows that once they leave he will need to immediately go back to his work routine or suffer from loneliness. The shark incident turned out well as had many other small events during the visit so far. Thomas realizes how much he loves his children and wishes he had never left them and their mother. He understands the mistakes he had made but no longer feels remorse for the past.

His thoughts drift to when Roger had been in love with a woman who had major faults that everyone could see except Roger. Then one day Roger enters Thomas' studio with the news that he finally sees her faults and has abandoned her in...

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