Cutting for Stone

How does the author use foreshadowing in Cutting for Stone?

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After she is marked by her mother, Genet's attitude begins to change as she slowly accepts her dead father's culture. Perhaps hoping to reconnect with him, even after his death, Genet adopts his beliefs about Ethiopian government, even though it is considered treasonous. These moments foreshadow Genet's later involvement with political terrorists that will forever damage Marion's life.

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Cutting for Stone