Islands in the Stream Setting & Symbolism

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Bimini

Bimini is a small island off the coast of Florida. Thomas Hudson lives there at the beginning of the novel and his three sons visit there. The middle son, David, almost lands a record-breaking swordfish.

The Farm, Cuba

While serving in World War II as a submarine hunter, Thomas stays at his farm just outside of Havana. Ginny visits Thomas at the farm and makes love to him before hearing about their son's death in the war.

Havana, Cuba

Thomas must go into Havana for his orders while serving in the war. His first wife, Ginny, finds him in a Havana bar.

Massacre Key

The massacre key is where Thomas and his crew discover the atrocity that the German sailors have done. This becomes the start of the search for the Germans.

Mangrove Channel

The mangrove channel is where Thomas and his crew fight the German sailors...

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