The Broken Bridge - Chapter 17, The Morning Train Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, The Morning Train Summary

Ginny is excited to visit the beach again, her kingdom by the sea. She likens the look of her kingdom on this day to the beaches painted by Salvador Dali. She uses her imagination to visualize the calm sea extending all the way to Haiti. She realizes the gods of voodoo are real, even if they are sometimes wrong about things. Ginny reflects on her own character. Is she likable? Is she sexy, as in sex? She reflects on her connection to her mother, brother and father.

Glyn Williams appears on the beach and asks Ginny if she would like to go horseback riding. Ginny feels shy, wondering if he is asking her on a date. She asks him if he sails. She will take him sailing in exchange for the horseback riding lessons. They share kiwi...

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