How does Sandra Cisneros use foreshadowing in “A House of My Own”? O to push readers to question the accuracy


How does Sandra Cisneros use foreshadowing in “A House of My Own”?
O to push readers to question the accuracy of her version of events
O to provide readers with details about events that happened in the past
O to give readers clues about something that will come later in the text
O toreaders imagine how things look, sound, smell, feel, and taste
Which answer choice best describes the effect of Cisneros using foreshadowing as identified in ?
O She describes her father’s admiration of her literary agent, who she later says is more important than diamonds, to show
readers that she has overcome her fears of not being a “good enough” writer
O She describes the spectacular view from her new office, which later connects with her mother visiting that office, to show
readers that she has finally gained the riches she always wanted.
O She tells of her job teaching students in her mother’s old neighborhood, which later connects with her advice that books
are more valuable than diamonds, to show readers her belief in the importance of education
O She discusses writing three stories in one weekend at lowa, which she later calls her “jewels,” to show readers how
dedicated she is to her craft.


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