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The Three Types of Irony

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Katy Jensen

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of The Three Types of Irony

IRONY Verbal Irony when a speaker says one thing but means the opposite, think sarcasm when we the audience know something that one or many of characters do not know, often used in plays and horror films Dramatic Irony when something happens in a story that is the opposite of what we expect to happen Not Ironic Irony is a frequently misused term
Ex: Alanis Morrissette's song "Ironic" these events aren't really ironic they're just sad Comics provided by theoatmeal.com Situational Irony
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