Foreshadowing In Where Are You Going Where Have You Been

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“Where are you going, where have you been”, is an initiation short fiction , that tells the story of Connie, a naïve, superficial fifteen year old teenager, who finds herself in great complication. The story is written using the foreshadowing technique. There’s great emphasis on Connie’s beauty, suggesting a future event surrounding her physical appearance. For instance, Connie’s older sister, June, who is more reserved and tranquil, is described (more than once) as someone not as attractive or beautiful as Connie. Also, it’s mentioned that Connie has the belief that her mother doesn’t dislike her (as it might appeared), but instead she is her favorite, as she possess more beauty than June. The climax of the story is apparent when Connie’s
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