1. How does Edna feel when Robert is not around?
2. What is the odor Edna smells down by the sea?
3. Why had Edna not been able to learn to swim?
4. What is different about this night?
5. How does Edna feel when she starts swimming?
6. What is she looking for when she swims out?
7. What does Edna experience after she swims a certain distance?
8. How does Edna describe the night to Robert when he walks her home?
9. How does Robert describe it?
10. What happens in the silence when...
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