The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 18 - 19 Summary & Analysis

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The next section is titled “Trinidad, 1963.” Chapter Eighteen is “The Castle.” Sabine initially refuses to consider the idea of a move, but George gets started building a huge house in a remote area. Sabine says she doesn't even realize at the time that this house is part of George's plan to remain in Trinidad and that her dream of returning to England will never be realized. Many of the British working in the area leave but Irit announces she's staying. George is promoted to Deputy Director at Forbes-Mason.

Both of Sabine's children, Pascale and Sebastian, are happy in Trinidad. They begin to sound like the islanders. One day Sabine drops by Venus's house. She and Granny talk for a moment and Granny makes it clear she doesn't expect anything to change for the poor of Trinidad.

When the house is finished, Sabine and...

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