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Transcript of Foreshadowing
An Example of Foreshadowing
Another Example of Foreshadowing
The Definition of Suspense
Suspense is a feeling of growing uncertainty about the outcome of events (what will happen next) in a story or play.
An Example of Suspense
Clues which hint at events to come in a play or story
The shadow of Anakin looks like Darth Vader,
which hints to
the watcher that Anakin will one
day become Darth Vader.
" I've got a bad feeling about this. "
Differences of Foreshadowing and Suspense
Hints at the events that will happen next.
Makes you feel that you don't know what's about to happen.
Used to heighten the suspense.
Easier to use in a plot for a story or movie.
Another Example of Suspense
EXAMPLE: The original slide used to be here. But someone came in on the prezi and deleted this slide. What should Robert do?
EXAMPLE: He recreated the position and content of the slide from screenshots of the old one, and added examples.
Suspense is usually something used that leaves you going "How will this be resolved?" or "What will happen?
Suspense is usually resolved shortly after it is used.
The Duration of Foreshadowing
Foreshadowing usually happens at the beginning in the early middle, because it is predicting an event happening at the end. To predict something, the author has to put foreshadowing at the beginning, because if they put foreshadowing in the late middle or near the end, the event becomes so obvious there is no need for foreshadowing.