The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 20 - 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty is “Qu'est-Ce Qu'il Dit?” Granny reveals that she is writing letters to Williams, always asking for change. Sabine says she believes Granny will eventually get those changes.

Sebastian turns eight and Sabine sends him to boarding school in England. He is quiet when he returns for his first break from class but breaks down and cries in Venus's arms. He never again expresses his need for Sabine and he quickly loses the island accent. Viewing the changes in Sebastian, Pascale attends school locally.

One day George announces that he's become a citizen of Trinidad because of the new law that only Trinidadians can own land. Sabine is furious that he didn't discuss the plan with her first. George buys additional land and sells their home in England. Sabine is again angry but George says it was his property, bought by his...

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