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The sentence, "So we drove on towards death throught the cooling twilight", is

a. a metaphor
b. an example of weather reflecting life
c. used to build suspense and foreshadow upcoming trouble
d. a zeugma
e. used to contrast the coolness of the evening from the heat of the day

It has to be either b or c but this would foreshadow to myrtle's death as trouble is coming

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