The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen, “The University of Woodford Square,” opens with Sabine recalling the day she met George. There was an instant attraction and they quickly became a couple. They remain deeply in love as they begin their lives in Trinidad. One day, Sabine is riding her bicycle when she realizes that Venus was correct about people staringing at her. She is distracted by this and rides into a crowd of locals gathered at the park called Woodford Square.

Eric Williams is speaking and Sabine is quickly caught up in his message. He talks about his political party, the People's National Movement, and calls for an end of colonialism and racism. Someone notices Sabine and tells her to leave. She is shaken when she meets George and tells him about the encounter. She says the native people want the whites to leave the country. George...

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