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by Malala Yousafzai

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Foreshadowing is a literary device that gives readers a hint about the events to come. Malala says, "I'd had a strange, gnawing feeling that something bad was gong to happen." What does this foreshadow?

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Malala's words foreshadow the terrible events of the following day. One night she starts wondering about death and what it's really like. She prays to Allah and asks him what happens when you die and how you would feel. The very next day Malala comes frighteningly close to receiving an answer to those questions.

The following morning, Malala is sitting on board...

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