Read the excerpt from "Object Lesson, Part 1." This time he stared directly from David to Howard to Joey. His stare said, I hate to do this, boys, but of course I'll have to if you think you can get away with it. The Strager boy's full lips were twisted. The skinny redhead, Joey Buell, stared back sullenly. Howard Ruffo's pencil twirled faster. It's one of those three, all right. How does the use of foreshadowing most likely affect the reader? It makes the reader feel confident that Ellery has narrowed down the suspects who may have committed the crime and will proceed to find one of them guilty. It makes the reader feel excited to see how Miss Carpenter will feel when Joey Buell, Howard Ruffo, or David Strager is found guilty of the crime. It makes the reader feel anxious that Ellery will not be able to prove that Joey Buell, Howard Ruffo, or David Strager committed the crime. It makes the reader feel that Ellery has misidentified who is responsible for committing the crime and will end up feeling embarrassed.

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Howard Ruffo makes the reader feel that Ellery has misidentified who is responsible for committing the crime and will end up feeling embarrassed.


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i dont now so sorry....sad face :(.


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