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Transcript of Irony

There are THREE kinds of Irony
Situational IRONY Verbal Irony Situational Irony Something that is
is unexpected. A character says one thing but means the
Also called 'sarcasm' or being 'sarcastic'
The locker room smells really good.
Awesome! Another homework packet!
Video clip from "Mean Girls:" Dramatic Irony When what happens is just the opposite of what is expected to happen.
Something about the situation is completely unexpected.
General Sedwick's famous last words: "They couldn't hit an elephant from that distance!"
After Peter worked and saved for 6 months to buy a new IPod, someone gave him one for Christmas.
If unexpected by a CHARACTER = DRAMATIC
If unexpected SARCASM = VERBAL Irony is about expectations. It is the opposite of
what is expected. When the reader knows more about the events in a story than a character does.
You know something that a character doesn't
Tim's parents are proud of the "A" he got on a test, but we know that Tim cheated.
Alex writes a love poem to Judy, but we know that Judy loves JJ.
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