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

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Part I: Bimini Chapter XIII - XV Summary

The boys leave the island, which saddens Thomas and Audrey. Roger plans to leave the next day for Thomas's ranch property in the western US, where he wants to write his good novel that may start with the canoe accident from his youth and tell the whole story of how this impacts his life..

Thomas receives a telegram that informs him of the deaths of David, Andrew, and their mother in an automobile accident. Eddy suggests that Thomas could go to Paris and then the house in Cuba for a while. Thomas flies to Europe and takes a cabin on a cruise ship. There he starts to read magazines, including The New Yorker, in which he sees a mention of his two boys and their mother having died.

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