Foreshadowing

Romeo and Juliet Act 4 Scene 3 What fate does Juliet foreshadow at the bottom of page 224?

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My copy of the play has only 126 pages. Lesson 1: when asking questions about Shakespeare plays, do not give page numbers. Every edition of the play is different. Do not give line numbers for the same reason--they are different from book to book. It is better to ask what fate Juliet foreshadows when she says to her mother "God knows when we shall meet again", or when she says "and with some great kinsman's bone dash out my desp'rate brains." In other words, quote the line.
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