Foreshadowing Quiz Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email Definition & ExamplesQuizFlashcardsWorksheets 1. While foreshadowing can be found in poetry, speeches, and songs, it is most often a literary technique used in which kind of writing? prose fiction metaphors nonfiction 2. Chekov’s Gun is: the interruption of a sequential narrative plot to present important events that will happen in the future. the interruption of a sequential narrative plot to present important events that have happened in the past. the author’s focus on a person, object, abstract idea, emotions, or thoughts of a character. the assertion that every element in a story must be important. 3. Foreshadowing in poetry is used to help focus the reader on all of the following except: important idea sound irony theme 4. True or False: Foreshadowing in literature can be used to create mood or suspense. True False 5. Shakespeare uses all but which of the following to foreshadow events in his plays? rhyming prophecies dreams supernatural events Loading … (Further Reading: Quiz Collection of All Literary Devices) Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.