Read the following passage from the novel The Giver:
"It would work. They could make it work. Jonas told himself again and again throughout the day.
But that evening, everything changed - All of it - all the things they had thought through so meticulously - fell apart."
What effect does the foreshadowing have in the above passage?
A. It fully explains what will later happen in the novel
B. It increases the suspense because it hints that something is now going to be different
C. It makes it easier to understand why Jonas is so happy
D. It reveals the theme of the importance of planning.
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Correct answer- B
Thanks to Mrs. Brooks Honors English II class for this question! No suspense for you guys, though. I feel this great question foreshadows top scores on your EOCs!
By the way, I know your teacher refers to this as DD, but when I hear DD, I always think Daredevil. I guess that could be because I'm either way cool, or just a nerd. Feel free to weigh in on the comments - cool or nerd