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Which lines in this excerpt from act I, scene I, of Richard III use foreshadowing? SIR ROBERT BRAKENBURY: I beseech your grace to pardon me, and withal Forbear your conference with the noble duke. GEORGE PLANTAGENET (Duke of Clarence): We know thy charge, Brakenbury, and will obey. I will perform it to enfranchise you. Meantime, this deep disgrace in brotherhood Touches me deeper than you can imagine. RICHARD III (Duke of Gloucester): Go, tread the path that thou shalt ne'er return. Simple, plain Clarence! I do love thee so, That I will shortly send thy soul to heaven,

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    i think it the lastone

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