How does the author use foreshadowing in Moby-Dick?

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Foreshadowing is a constant throughout the book. Ishmael sees a large oil painting that foreshadows many things and events later in the book. A coffin appears at the beginning of the book. Much later in the story, Ishmael clings to a coffin for over a day until rescued by another boat.