The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 15 - 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fifteen is titled, “He Wants to Be One of Us.” George grows more at home in Trinidad and spends more time in the countryside. Sabine realizes that George's love of the island is her competition. During this time, Sabine meets Dr. Sebastian Baker. Dr. Baker says he recognizes her as “the white woman on the green bicycle.” He says many people are talking about her and wonder who she is. Dr. Baker says Sabine is probably the only woman in the history of the island to ride a bicycle in public. Sabine also meets Cristobel, Dr. Baker's wife, and realizes that George is attracted to her.

Sabine turns the conversation to Eric Williams. Cristobel says Williams hates everyone with white blood but “wants to be one of us.” Sabine, silently noting that Cristobel has some black ancestry, responds that he is. Sabine...

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