The definition of foreshadowing is a literary device used by authors, writers, and filmmakers to enhance the storyline and to create more suspense.
Ways to Implement Foreshadowing:
It can be seen through a hint, or shadow, [ of what will happen later in the story.
It can come up in the dialogue between characters.
It can be a clue like a neighbor, a disagreement, or an event that seems
inconsequential at the time.
It can be a false clue or hint which is called a "red herring" which is a deliberate attempt to mislead the reader, and is widely used by mystery writers.
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