Freudian Analysis of Marigolds Most of the time there is a moment in life where one realizes they have lost all innocence and gained some compassion. “Marigolds” shows how one young girl transferred from a child to young adult through her life experiences. Throughout this story another young, but at the same time old in her prime, lady’s experiences are revealed: the author’s. In this.
Is there any foreshadowing in the story Marigolds by Eugenia W. Collier? Asked by mitchslilsis87 on 25 Sep 20:09 Last updated by anonymous on 15 Aug 22:51 2 Answers Log in to answer. Answered by questions96 on 06 Dec 18:51 yes there is. The forshadowing is when the narrator goes out befor dawn. Because you can hint the place she is going. I thought that she was going to find a job to help her.