The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Monique Roffey
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Chapter Three, “The Affair,” begins with George trying to find his file on a man he plans to interview. When he doesn't find the file on his desk, he goes searching in a storage space located in the ceiling above the office. The space is filled with old papers, magazines, and Sabine's old typewriter. George sees a stack of shoe boxes with the word “Eric Williams” written on the side. He looks closer and finds that each has a date on the lid. There are twenty-six boxes. The earliest is dated 1956, which is the year George and Sabine arrive in Trinidad. George empties the box and finds that it contains news articles about Eric Williams, who was Trinidad's first Prime Minister. The boxes are all similar up to the 1962 box.

George opens it to find it is filled with letters. He knows that...

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