At that instant the horseman turned his head and looked in the direction of his concealed foeman -seemed to look into his very face, into his eyes, into his brave, compassionate heart. based on the description of the horseman's gaze, what can the reader foreshadow? a. the father accepts the fact that his son must shoot him. b. the son will wrestle with his duty to shoot his father. c. the father knows his final fate is at the bottom of the cliff. d. the son will recognize the power of his father's words.
This is a difficult question, especially for someone who isn't the best at English.
I'd have to say that my best guess is A.
The father knows that he has to die.
When he stares right into his compassionate heart, I feel like the father is feeling self-remorse. He knows that it's his time...
Forgive me if I'm wrong, and God Bless.