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I have attached the story belowI just want simple and direct answers to the questions below1.Yvars avoids looking at the sea in the mornings on his way to work, preferring to enjoy the view in the evening, after work, instead. Does the sea suggest infinite possibilities or rather, limitations – or both? (ppg. 63-64) “No matter how the sun shone, the sea held forth no more promises” (68). Explain.2.The workers’ strike has failed. “You can’t blame the union” (65). The workers can’t be blamed, though. “What can coopers do when cooperage disappears?” (65). The boss doesn’t seem to be at blame, either. “The boss wasn’t a bad sort, however” (66). How is this situation existential?