The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Monique Roffey
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Chapter Nine, “Manning,” opens with an invitation for George to interview Trinidad's Prime Minster, Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning. George agrees but Sabine is angry, saying he is not healthy enough for the assignment. George knows that Manning believes George will do a light article because George usually writes only features as opposed to hard news. George is determined to ask the hard questions. From the beginning, he doesn't feel well and struggles to remain coherent. George has trouble but pulls out a quote from Manning's early years. He says that Trinidad needs good government and that Manning isn't supplying it. George calls Manning a dictator. Manning responds that George is like many who arrive in Trinidad to take what the country has to offer without giving anything back. He points out the rum smell on George's breath and says George would never have...

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