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Why does the narrator offer one of the rosebush's flowers to the reader at the end of chapter one?
It is a gesture of good faith.
He wishes to start the story off with a happier tone.
To signify that this story will end happily despite its dark beginnings.
To signify the death of the main character.
To signify a moral, something positive that will come from a dark tale.