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Is foreshadowing a theme?
No, foreshadowing is not a theme. It is a literary technique often used to draw out theme, in which you hint at possible things to come. It can be as clear as The Scarecrow (or he who is to become the scarecrow) singing "life's more painless for the brainles" (From Wicked! the musical) or as subtle as one person's movie ending before the other's (The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, YA novel). Steinbeck uses a lot of foreshadowing in Of Mice and Men, for example, the death of Candy's dog to foreshadow the death of Lennie. So yes, it often goes hand in hand with theme, but no, foreshadowing itself is not a theme.