The White Woman on the Green Bicycle - Chapters 22 - 23 Summary & Analysis

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The final section is “Trinidad, 1970.” Chapter Twenty-two is “Black Power.” There is a new political movement called the National Joint Action Committee, urging people to turn from Williams and the PNM. The emerging leader is named Geddes Granger and Sabine sees a strong resemblance to Williams during his early days in politics. Williams and the PNM take a strong stand against Granger and even call for his arrest. Sabine sees strikes and escalating violence, and demands that they leave. George predicts the unrest will pass.

One day, Pascale's teacher calls Sabine, saying school is being canceled until the situation calms. George comes home and goes with Sabine to get Pascale. There are buildings on fire and someone breaks their windshield. Pascale is terrified and Sabine decides that she will leave the country, regardless of George's decision. She pledges to live near Sebastian's school...

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