Children of the Sea - Her Narrative Summary & Analysis

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Her Narrative Summary

The second narrative of the story is written from the perspective of the lover left behind in Haiti. She begins by telling her departed love that Haiti is just as he left it. She speaks of her anger and frustration that the army has taken over. They have closed all of the schools and now no one comes out of their homes. She tells him that her father instructed her to burn all of the tapes of his radio show. She confesses to him that she secretly saved a couple of them so that she would still have his voice. She is glad that he was able to escape imprisonment or death at the hands of the soldiers even if it means that she may never see him again. She says that she has stopped drawing butterflies because her mother told...

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