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Transcript of FORESHADOWING
Foreshadowing is the use of hints or clues to suggest what will happen later in literature, music, and movies
HOWEVER, sometimes an author uses fake clues to mislead the reader. These clues are called "red herrings," which are often found in mysteries.
There are four types of foreshadowing: musical, verbal, facial expression, and visual/action .
Next, list two ways this opening scene
of Wizard of Oz shows foreshadowing.
is when a filmmaker uses music to hint at what is to come.
is when dialogue is used to hint at future events
Facial expressions can also foreshadow events
clues in a scene can also foreshadow events
Lastly, foreshadowing can often be found in movies or books that end with a cliffhanger.