On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Fan, a young woman who still looks like a child, is revered by the people in her hometown of B-Mor after she leaves the comfort of home to see what exists outside of the town. She suffers many traumas, including a leg injury, being held captive, and raped on her journey. She also befriends many people who help her along the way.

Chapter 1 introduces the reader to B-Mor, an island community that was formally Baltimore. It is sometime in the future. The most marked changed is that a strict social structure is in place. The people of B-Mor are descended from New China. They farm fish hatcheries and sell to the Charter communities. They also grow vegetables, herbs, and ornamental flowers in the tanks.

Fan, a young woman who is often mistaken for a child, works as a cleaner in one of the...

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