1. Why didn't Mae want Sarah to thank Alex for the presents he'd left?
(a) They were never intended for Sarah; they were for Mae.
(b) Mae knew Alex was embarrassed by any show of feminine emotion.
(c) Mae believed a formal thank you letter was more appropriate.
(d) They weren't gifts, but a bribe, to keep Sarah out of the way.
2. Why did Alex tell his lover Mae that he never wanted Sarah?
(a) He only wanted sons to carry on his legacy.
(b) He never believed he was Sarah's biological father.
(c) He had a legitimate family of his own.
(d) He did not want to be financially responsible for Sarah.
3. Why is Sarah really sent to the coast with Cleo?
(a) So that Sarah could see the ocean for the first time.
(b) So that Sarah's father could visit her mother alone.
(c) So that Cleo would have company on her journey.
(d) So that Sarah could visit her extended family.
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