The Birds Daphne du maurier

When Nat was walking, there was a huge "cloud" of birds hovering over top of him. (pg.62-63) This is an example of foreshadowing because it makes you think that the birds are going to attack Nat.
"The birds are attacking anyone on sight and have already begun an assault upon buildings....." (pg.66) This is an example of foreshadowing because the birds have completely gone insane and are attacking anything in their sight.
Nat's house was being attacked by the birds. The birds broke the window in one of the bedrooms. (pg.54) This is an example of foreshadowing because it makes you think that the birds are going to harm the family.
One of Nat's kids got off the school bus, after a few short minutes later Nat saw a huge crowed of birds coming his way, so he started rushing his kid to get home. (pg.61) This is an example of foreshadowing because it makes you think that the birds are going to attack Nat and his kid.

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