Foreshadowing In A Cry In The Wild

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I believe that Hatchet did a better job of explaining the story using imagery and foreshadowing. In Hatchet, it did a great job of listing the details of how Brian was feeling, and what he was thinking. For example, in the book when he created the fire, it showed how excited and proud he was. The book also listed descriptive detail and it had more events. I often found that Hatchet was terrific at including constant of imagery. In “A Cry in the Wild”, there weren’t as many events and half of the time I had no idea what Brian was thinking or feeling. So I barely knew what was going on. Like when he killed his first bird. I didn’t know if he was scared or nervous.. All I knew was that he caught a bird! Also, unlike in the book, there were quite
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