“Sabina is truthful, even in her moments of dishonesty and moral negotiations,” Engel said.
Sabina Sehgal Saikia, a prominent restaurant critic and mother of two, stayed huddled in her magnificent suite.
Sabina Rios, the protagonist, makes unsparing observations about a threatening world.
Yet, initially, Sabina is far removed from anything resembling the road to transcendence.
Tomas dallies with his favorite lover, the easygoing artist Sabina (Lena Olin in a fetching bowler hat).
On his way he fell in with two Spanish frigates, the Sabina and the Ceres.
The evening broke up in confusion, and what Sabina called "a splendid rag."
She had been sitting there, and had heard Sabina's words and poor little Dick's innocent reply.
"Then, then," interrupted Sabina and she shivered as she spoke.
Sabina, forgetful of his wrath and her own threatened fate, broke out when she saw him.