Effective Use Of Foreshadowing In The Most Dangerous Game By Richard Connell

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In the Story “The Most Dangerous Game,” written by Richard Connell. He uses foreshadowing in the story. I think he uses foreshadowing effectively because he gives very good hints about what might happen later in the story for objects and things. The author is good at foreshadowing in this story, it gives us clues, and hints that make us more interested in the story. If you write a story and try to foreshadow in the story, it's kind of tricky on what kind of hints or clues you might give. Because the clue can’t be too easy or too hard, but a good clue. The clue, shouldn’t take a lot of time trying to figure out the clue or hint. The reason why I think the author is effective at foreshadowing is because he uses, “Ship Trap Island,” and “To date

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