1. Describe foreshadowing present in "Memories."
In "Memories," Chris and Catherine must deal with the fact that Joel is in Bart's life now. The fact that they both thought he had died is a sign of foreshadowing, especially since he reminds Catherine of her mean grandfather.
2. Why is the first person point of view the best way to tell this story?
The best way to tell this story is first person point of view because there are so many family secrets in the story. It's important to note who knows what information and how it makes Catherine feel.
3. How do Catherine and Chris feel about their secrets?
Catherine and Chris do not like keeping secrets from their family. At the same time, Catherine is more disturbed that somebody will find out than Chris. Catherine fears that Joel will reveal the secret.
4. Why is Foxworth Hall an important setting?
Foxworth Hall is an important setting in the novel because it exists in the past and present for Catherine and Chris. They were locked in the attic at the mansion as children and now they are revisiting a scene of terror.
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