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The Mimic Men: A Novel - Part 3, Chapter 3 – Part 3, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

V.S. Naipaul
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In Part 3, Chapter 3, Singh recalls the success of his and Browne’s political party in elections on Isabella, giving Singh and Browne entry to the spheres of politics. Singh recalls that independence for Isabella seemed to be in sight. Browne was elected as Chief Minister of Isabella, and he and Singh began preparations for the island’s political future. Singh and the other politicians soon became aware of Isabella’s lack of power and self-sufficiency, and that most of the island’s power and resources came from foreign countries. Singh soon realized that he did not quite possess the stolid and fierce disposition for politics, and he allowed many opportunities for strong control over the island pass by unattained.

In Part 3, Chapter 4, Singh delves into further details of his political operations on Isabella. He admits that he and the rest of...

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