Explain how Saki foreshadows the conclusion of his short story, "The Open Window".

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In a work of literature, foreshadowing is the presentation - usually near the beginning - of hints of what comes to light later. Foreshadowed events are often seen clearly in hindsight. In the short story by Saki (nom de plume: H.H. Munro), the success of the foreshadowing rests squarely on the character of...

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