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In Shakespeares Twelfth night there were many situations a person really had to look closely at Shakespeare foreshadowed allot in his books Foreshadowing means what hints Shakespeare gave us during the book to try and make us see what is going to happen in the end Foreshadowing is subject to interpretation when you read this paper you may interpret the quotes differently than I have In the next few paragraphs I am going to show you examples of foreshadowing and why I think this way T is beauty truly blent whose red and white Natures own sweet and cunning hand laid on Lady you are the cruellst she alive If you will lead these graces to the grave and leave the world no copy This quote is talking about love that cant be handled anymore the way that it is going I think that this refers to the end of the book because in the end love doesnt work out the way that you think that it will Journeys end in lovers meeting every wise mans son doth know I think that this was a sort of foreshadowing in that it is being said all journeys of love end with the meeting of the two lovers and that any smart person would know that I think that Shakespeare tried to confuse you on the ending on how things were really going to turn out and happen Throughout the book I thought the ending was going to be very different than it was It was very hard to find foreshadowing in Shakespeare let alone read it Shakespeare is very subtle in his humor sentences and ways he writes I think thats what makes his so good Foreshadowing is open to objection and it is interpreted differently from one person to the next but in the end we all have to agree Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare was a wonderful book
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