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Early in the story, London writes "The animal was depressed by the tremendous cold. It knew that it was no time for traveling". This passage alerts you to possible trouble ahead. Locate four other passages that foreshadow later events. Explain the link between each passage and the later event. (From "To Build a Fire by Jack London)

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