But I recall nothing in Possession, Angels & Insects, Babel Tower, or her other books that seems to presage this one.
From quotes Clinton a lot, and he credits Clinton with saying that an intellectual resurgence has to presage political power.
Transient thought of that which shall be, presage of better rest?
For a moment there was a pause, as if at a presage of disaster.
But in the absence of such a presage, I felt rather indifferent about the matter.
Fatal words they were,—the presage of the mishap they threatened!
Adela noted the presage and allowed herself a protest in limine.
Then for a long while she could not sleep at night and was haunted by a presage of disaster.
The conqueror did a deed which, (truly done,) was done for ever, and yielded him the presage of perpetual peace.
Such conspiracies were the presage of what was soon to happen in Germany.
1560s, from Middle French présager (16c.), from présage "omen," from Latin praesagium (see presage (n.)). Related: Presaged; presaging.