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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter XI Summary

The boys, Roger, Thomas, and Bobby plot a trick to play on the yacht people who had come to the island on the houseboat. The trick involves a skit they do at Bobby's bar, in which Andrew plays a young alcoholic. The loose script calls for ad libs as the trick unfolds around Andrew drinking glass after glass of water from a gin bottle. The yacht people come into the bar, including several men and two very good-looking young women.

One of the men asks about the painting of water spouts that Thomas had made for the bar and indicates he wants to buy it. Thomas tells the man that Bobby owns the painting, and Bobby tells the man that the painting is not for sale. Stubbornly, the yacht man keeps pushing the issue until Bobby feigns anger.

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