Ernest Hemingway Foreshadowing Analysis

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Hemingway uses details of natural and manufactured setting to foreshadow nick and marjories break up and to emphasize their differences. As nick and marjorie pass through Hortons Bay, there are several ways Hemingway foreshadows the break up by marjorie talking about their old ruin and nick responds by saying "there it is." Marjorie has a different viewpoint on the relationship rather then nick. Marjorie also said "It seems more like a castle" while nick responds by saying nothing. Marjorie is viewing this like a fairy tale. She is the princess and Nick will be her prince but nick is viewing it all as deserted acres of sawdust covered in swampy meadow. He see 's broken white limestone. This foreshadows as the foundation of the relationship and

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