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Answered 2014-03-16 05:35:36

There are actually 4 foreshadowing within the story.

Mrs. Louise Mallard's shadow.

Mr. Brently Mallard's Shadow.

Josephine's shadow.

Richards's Shadow.

Foreshadowing = 4 shadows!

Dude, common sense!

*sigh*

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