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What is the difference between foreshadowing and flashback? A. Foreshadowing looks to the past; flashback looks to the future. B. Foreshadowing occurs at the end
of a story; flashback occurs at the beginning. C. Foreshadowing looks to the future; flashback looks to the past. D. Foreshadowing occurs in suspense stories; flashback occurs in mystery stories.
The difference between foreshadowing and flashbacks is: C. Foreshadowing looks to the future; flashback looks to the past.
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User: What is the difference between foreshadowing and flashback? A. Foreshadowing looks to the past; flashback looks to the future. B. Foreshadowing occurs at the end of a story; flashback occurs at the beginning. C. Foreshadowing looks to the future; flashback looks to the past. D. Foreshadowing occurs in suspense stories; flashback occurs in mystery stories.

Weegy: The difference between foreshadowing and flashbacks is: C. Foreshadowing looks to the future; flashback looks to the past.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 23852|

User: When present action is interrupted by a scene from the past, it is called _____ . A. flash-forward B. flashback C. foreshadowing D. foil

Weegy: When present action is interrupted by a scene from the past, it is called: B. flashback.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 23852|



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