1. Who is the first narrator of Children of the Sea?
(a) A father.
(b) A farmer.
(c) A lover.
(d) A sailor.
2. Where is the narrator writing from?
(a) The ocean.
(b) A port.
(c) American waters.
(d) A prison ship.
3. How many people are passengers on the boat?
4. How does the narrator characterize soldiers in Haiti?
5. What flaw does the narrator say he has?
(a) He imagines too much.
(b) He imagines his death too easily.
(c) His imagination is frail.
(d) He cannot imagine the future.
6. How does the second narrator characterize her feeling in the first narrator’s absence?
7. Whose name is no one mentioning, according to the girl?
(a) The boy's.
(c) The old president’s.
(d) Her father's.
8. What has the girl’s manman buried behind the house?
(b) Political buttons.
(c) A baby.
9. What is the girl told to throw away?
(a) Letters from her father.
(b) Clothes she wore to a rally.
(c) Pictures of dead soldiers.
(d) Tapes of the boy’s radio show.
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