The narrator has an intense phobia of these.
The narrator notes that these are much more strikingly beautiful in Cuba than in the United States.
After coming to the United States, the narrator often imagines he is seeing these objects, which remind him of home, in the sky.
The boys and the narrator's father often play dangerous games with this object.
This is the object the boys use in their street war before they leave for the United States.
This object surrounds Cuba.
As an adult, the narrator still does not like to swim alone because of his memory of this object.
The boys would hold on to this object as it went past, enjoying the smell of its fumes.
This object becomes an ordinary part of the ambiance of Cuba after Fidel takes control...
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