How does Carver use foreshadowing in describing the baker's character in the first section of the story?

"A Small, Good Thing" by Raymond Carver

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The opening of this section deals with the theme of isolation, and Ann's reaction to the baker acting as if her son's cake weren't special denoted his isolation and repetition of a task that no longer meant anything with the isolation that would soon descend upon her.