Examples Of Foreshadowing In Romeo And Juliet

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Foreshadowing is done throughout the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. One major foreshadowing was done in Act 2 scene 6. Before, Romeo and Juliet got married. Friar Lawrence said, ¨These violent delights have violent ends, and in their triumph die like fire and power, which as they consume.¨The friar puts importance on the fact that Romeo and Juliet should think their marriage through because of the fact both families won't be approved. Therefore, it's practically forbidden. Foreshadowing is shown as if Romeo and Juliet don't think strategically something unfortunate could come out of their marriage. Which turns out to be their death. Another example is Romeo foreshadowing his death. Although he does it in Act 1 with all the warnings, he tells

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