Krik? Krak! - Children of the Sea Summary & Analysis

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Children of the Sea Summary

A lover (for the purposes of this guide, the Man) addresses his beloved (the Woman) in the form of a journal. The Man is at sea with thirty-six other people, refugees, on a small boat. To him the water seems endless. The Man thinks of the Woman often, and every image at sea reminds him of her. The Man figures the Woman will be married off by her father now that he is gone.

Now a journal entry from the Woman, addressed to the Man. She has cabin fever in her dilapidated little house, and is going crazy from boredom. She cannot go outside because the army has taken over the government in some kind of military coup. Woman's father wants her to throw out tapes of the Man's radio show, but she can't bear to be...

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