Our Town Foreshadowing

Our Town Foreshadowing - Liang 2 Victor Liang Mr. Perlman...

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Liang 2 Victor Liang Mr. Perlman English 10H, Period 4 2 April, 2009 “Our Town” Act One: Foreshadowing, Applying Skills, Reader's Response Understanding Foreshadowing: 1. Julia Gibbs will probably sell the piece of furniture and visit Paris, France. All her life, she has dreamed of going to Paris, so it's likely that she'll choose to sell the furniture. 2. Emily Webb might try to tell George that he doesn't have the responsibility to become a farmer when he grows up. Emily and George might then argue, which is a common thing that siblings often do. 3. It's likely that those concerned with Simon's health will attempt to get him to quit drinking. They may get rid of his alcohol in their attempt. 4. In order to become more attractive to George, Emily may go through her mother's makeup or beg her mother for makeup. Emily might also ask George if he's interested in her. Applying Skills: 1. a beach house, footprints in the sand, tide destroying a sand castle, a child's beach ball bobbing in the waves
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