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The following question refers to "Too Soon A Woman": What does it mean when Mary says, "By tomorrow morning, I guess you can tell whether you want any [mushroom]"? They will know tomorrow if they will like the taste. The kids will see if they are really hungry by tomorrow. Come tomorrow they may be hungry enough to eat the bad-tasting mushroom. By tomorrow they will see if it has poisoned Mary.
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User: The following question refers to "Too Soon A Woman": What does it mean when Mary says, "By tomorrow morning, I guess you can tell whether you want any [mushroom]"? They will know tomorrow if they will like the taste. The kids will see if they are really hungry by tomorrow. Come tomorrow they may be hungry enough to eat the bad-tasting mushroom. By tomorrow they will see if it has poisoned Mary.

Weegy: What does it mean when Mary says, By tomorrow morning, I guess you can tell whether you want any [mushroom] ? B. Come tomorrow they may be hungry enough to eat the bad-tasting mushroom
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"Too Soon A Woman": When Mary says, "By tomorrow morning, I guess you can tell whether you want any [mushroom]", it means: By tomorrow they will see if it has poisoned Mary.

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"The Cask of Amontillado": Edgar Allan Poe creates irony in his choice of setting for the story as follows: The setting is dusk of the carnival season. This season is usually a time of joy and fun; however, it is now a time of revenge and murder.
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