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Foreshadowing: where the author gives little hints as to what may happen in the future. EXAMPLE: When I started hearing Manda and Sara angrily scheming and whispering behind my back, I started getting worried. The girls talking behind my back foreshadows that they may be wanting to sabotage my chances of getting onto the cheer team.
Foreshadowing: where the author gives you little hints as to what may happen in the future. EXAMPLE: When I saw Manda and Sara angrily scheming and whispering behind my back, I got worried. The girls talking behind my back forshadows that they may want to sabotage my chances of getting on the cheer team.
*whispering* Ugh, what a stuck-up loser!
I know! But we'll make her pay...
"The mere fleeting glimpses of treasure which they had caught as they went along rekindled all of the fire in their dwarvish hearts; and when the heart of a dwarf, even the most respectable, is wakened by gold and by jewels, he grows suddenly bold, and he may become fierce" (Tolkien 239). This foreshadows that the gold may affect the dwarves in a bad way and make them be mean and nasty to each other.
""For the Arkenstone (a very precious gem) of my father," he (Thorin, an important dwarf) said, "is worth more than a river of gold itself, and to me it is beyond price. That stone of all the treasure I name unto myself, and I will be avenged on anyone who finds it and withholds it."" (Tolkien 268).
FIND THAT ARKENSTONE NOW!!!!!!
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