Louisa is a little alarmed by the arrival on nudist author Henry Miller on the island and concerned for Spiros, who is neglecting himself,. She determines to bring him out of his self-imposed isolation. The whole family is outraged when Sven is imprisoned for homosexuality but Louisa devises a way to free him before cousin Basil turns up with less than good news about Aunt Hermione's will.
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Louisa and Spiro discuss where Athens is in relation to Corfu, both of them pointing roughly where the sun is setting. But Corfu is north-west of mainland Greece and the sun would be setting to the west or south-west of them. This means they were both pointing towards Italy, while Athens is actually south-east, i.e. somewhere over their left shoulders. See more