The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Monique Roffey
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The second section is titled “Trinidad, 1956.” Chapter Eleven, “Arrival,” details the day Sabine and George arrival in Trinidad. They are aboard the “banana boat, the Cavina,” and George has already researched the island to the point that he can point out local landmarks. George will be working for Forebes-Mason as a clerk and Sabine accepts the move as a means of supporting her husband. There are other passengers on the ship, also arriving for the first time in Trinidad. There are many rumors about the country and most are anxious. George is the only one of the arriving passengers who seems completely unconcerned. They have a couple of suitcases, a few “favorite bits,” and Sabine's green Raleigh bicycle. When the crew members wheel the bicycle off the ship, people stare and comment.

George and Sabine arrive at the hotel where they'll be staying...

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