This part opens in a subdued mood…the characters of this chapter are currently experiences hardship. One of the first characters encountered is usually Eva the girl with explaining to her eager and inquisitive kids why they face these kinds of hardship, Avoi as the chapter shows is a woman of goodness she allows situations as Gods check, she told her kids and her husband bee who is also listening that good god allows them go through because they are exceptional and can bear it. Her son Reggie is getting old and has not qualified for any high school up to now, she laments to her partner bee to inquire Ivan Morton the man who they campaigned and the very best for support. Her hubby bee refuses, nearing the conclusion of the part Eva finds out that her son Reggie secretly placed on a high college and got through bee suspicious at first finally gave in and opted for send him... at the end of the chapter a new unknown personality appears and adds puzzle and unknown to the section. 2
This kind of chapter uncovers the ersonality and identity of the mysterious character Lelo, bolo can be described as famed stay fighter, the best there is and a a well-known ladies gentleman. Bolo's pastime comes to an end after the carnival which included stickfighting was banned. this chaptr discloses that bolo has a point for Eulalie this chapter also expresses the impact the American soldiers has on the residents of bonasse. the neighborhood residents will not farm and like to pursuit the yankee dollor by all means even simply by prostitution, this chnge upsets Bolo. bolo's friend would go to port of spain andmakes something of himself besides making his village proud.. 3
This phase brigs to increase the racial strife within Bonasse, and the antoganissts the Anglicans and Catholics will be brainwashing the folks thT the Spiritual Baptist are wicked thus reducing its members. The narrator stresses on the fact that they have a thing to call up their own a location to worship although secretly hidden beyond the small town. in the end they were criminals if they worship in that...