Question:

Where In literature, what is is symbolism, imagery and foreshadowing?

Answer:

Imagery is a concrete representation of a sense impression, a feeling, or an idea which appeals to one or more of our senses. Symbolism is when objects or actions mean more than themselves. Foreshadowing is a suggestion of what is going to happen.


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Symbolism
Cognition
Mind
Culture
19th-century theatre
Fantastic art
French poetry
Modernism
Foreshadowing
Idea
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