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Transcript of IRONY

Dramatic Irony
Situational Irony
occurs when the speaker says ONE THING
but really means the OPPOSITE.

Verbal irony is most commonly known as SARCASM or sometimes

Situational irony occurs when the OUTCOME of an event is the OPPOSITE of what you would expect.
Situational irony is the most COMMON form of irony.
Dramatic irony occurs when the AUDIENCE of a play (or short story) knows more than the CHARACTERS.
Dramatic irony is a MISNOMER because it suggests it only occurs during DRAMAS but it can also be present in STORIES, NOVELS, MEMOIRS, ETC.
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The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
Verbal Irony
Physical Irony
Physical irony occurs when the CAPTION OF A PICTURE is not what you'd expect it to be.
Physical irony is the NEWEST form of irony and has not fully expanded to LITERATURE.
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