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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter XII Summary

The next morning Thomas paints while Roger and the boys swim. Audrey shows up and converses with the swimmers. She lets them know that she has lived in France and that she enjoys their conversation better than the yacht people, who are rich and boring.

After swimming with the boys, Roger asks who taught her and she says that he did. Audrey turns out to be Audrey Raeburn who, while in France, Roger indeed taught to swim as a child. This revelation changes Roger's interest from hunting women to reacquainting with family.

Audrey has come specifically to visit with Roger and to meet Thomas. She heard about them from the unsavory rich man at another island who complained about his treatment on Bimini. They catch up on family news and remember horse races, and then everyone goes to the...

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