Where the Red Fern Grows

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I have a question on Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls.

What are some examples of foreshadowing in Where the Red Fern Grows?

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Menea

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One example of foreshadowing is when Billy meets the mountain lion for the first time while bringing the pups home.

hi.

i have a few questions on where the red fern grows by wilson rawls.

what are the:

1. introduction

2. crisis

3. rising action

4. climax

5. falling action

6. resolution

it wold be a great deal of help if i could get this information.

thanks,

cori

Hi, I need a few answers for "Where The Red Fern Grows"

Chapters xvIIII-xx

1. How does billys familt react when the hunters return?

2.What happens to the Cyclone Timber country?

3.What is the condition of Billy's dogs? What help do billy and his parents give?

4.What relavation does papa share with the family? How does he exolain the death of the dogs?

5.What did Billy find at the gravesite? What is the legend of "where the Red Fern grows"?

Please help me.

And thank you.

thank you!!! i have a report due tommorrow you can email me if you like!!!!...

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i need some info about the conflict theme and froeshaddowing in the book where the red fern grows

Hey,

I would like to know the climax in the book Where The Red Fern Grows!!! I have a report to finish by Friday!!!

PLEASE HELP ME IF YOU KNOW!!!

Thanks,

Katelyn :)

climax means the exciting part before the end of the story, in where the red fern grows the climax would what happened with the mountain lion in chapter 19 describe it and u will get an A,toddles

The appearance of the mountain lion early in the story foreshadows the appearance of it later in the book.

i don't know really

What is the exposition

 

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