The White Woman on the Green Bicycle Setting

Monique Roffey
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Trinidad

Trinidad is the country where George and Sabine settle as young people and where they spend their lives. The country is intoxicating in some ways and George loves it. Sabine hates the heat but remains because George does. There are brief mentions of some nearby villages and cities and only vague descriptions of the country itself. The overall setting is real and adds a level of realism to the story.

Winderflet

This is the village where Sabine and George live. It is a relatively small town but by 2006 traffic and parking are a problem. There are specific settings within the town, such as the park that serves as a gathering place for Eric Williams' speeches when he is running for Prime Minister.

George and Sabine's House

This is the home built by George against Sabine's wishes. It's a huge place by the standards of the time and place...

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