Arms and the Man

How does the author use foreshadowing in Arms and the Man?

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In Act II, Petkoff and Sergius' conversation about a rumor they've heard foreshadows their discovery that Raina and Catherine harbored Bluntschli. The men have heard that there's a story milling about that two women (nobles) hid a man away in their home while their husbands were gone fighting.

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