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​>Baba grumbled something under his breath. I wanted to tell him I was sorry, but suddenly I was salivating, the back of my throat tasting bile. I turned around, lifted the tarpaulin, and threw up over the side of the moving truck. Behind me, Baba was apologizing to the other passengers. As if car sickness was a crime. As if you weren’t supposed to get sick when you were eighteen.

In this excerpt from chapter 10, the author presents Baba as a man who feels

Choose ALL that apply.


ashamed of his son’s weakness.


concerned for his son’s health.


disgusted by his son’s behavior.


appreciative of the passengers’ kindness.


determined to ignore an event.

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