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1. Why do the authors of “Lob’s Girl” and “Jeremiah’s Song” use flashbacks? (1 point)
to remind readers of what they have already learned in the story
to show how one story event causes another story event****
to suggest what might happen after a story’s action ends
to give readers a better understanding of a character’s past

2. Which detail in this passage from "Lob's Girl" is an example of foreshadowing?
She picked up a bit of driftwood and threw it. Lob, whisking easily out of his master's grip,
was after it like a sand-colored bullet. He came back with the stick, beaming, and gave it to
Sandy. At the same time he gave himself, though no one else was aware of this at the time.
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She picked up a bit of driftwood and threw it.
was after it like a sand-colored bullet
came back with the stick, beaming
At the same time he gave himself**

3. What does this flashback from "Lob's Girl" reveal?
Sandy was really Alexandra, because her grandmother had a beautiful picture of a queen in a
diamond tiara and a high collar of pearls. It hung by Granny Pearce's kitchen sink and was as
familiar as the doormat. When Sandy was born, everyone agreed that she was the living spit of
the picture …
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that there is something royal about Sandy's appearance
that Granny Pearce looked just like Sandy when she was young
that Sandy is actually a queen named Alexandra
that Sandy does not like her real name****
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  2. Definition of flashbacks in literature: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flashback_(narrative)

    Definition of foreshadowing in literature:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreshadowing

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