In the context of the passage as a whole, lines 3 through 5 suggest that Clare
(1) feels humiliated by her sister’s actions
(2) is pained by the memory of her sister
(3) feels resentful about her sister’s choices
(4) is secretive about the life of her sister
Answer: (Part A) Inglis admires her family members who fight against apartheid because of the risks they take.
(Part B) Inglis lists examples of how her family suffers, including her sister’s imprisonment and her brother’s need to hide from the authorities.