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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter X Summary

During breakfast the next day, Thomas learns from Joseph that Eddy had been fighting with other islanders most of the night because they refuse to believe the fish story. Eddy shows up later and looks terrible from all the beatings he took. Thomas decides to paint the swordfish on two canvases, one with the fish at the pinnacle of its leap and another with it in the water alongside the boat. He then goes to pick up supplies from the weekly run-boat and drops in on Bobby's bar. They discuss the waterspout painting that Thomas had done on Bobby's suggestion and had given to him to hang in the bar. A white houseboat arrives, and Bobby expects many good customers from it.

Roger enters the bar and tries to take the responsibility for David's condition after fighting the swordfish...

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