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Dramatic Irony

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Nicholas Welch

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Dramatic Irony

Definition Example 1 Example 2 Extra Fun Activity Dramatic Irony--Irony in a dramatic situation, such as a play, where something is understood by the audience but not by the characters. If Bob has just killed someone, and Bill comes up and says I know I'm safe and protected by you, this is dramatic irony because Bill has no idea he is in danger, but we do. In groups of three or four, you will discuss and give three examples of dramatic irony that you all have seen on TV, in movies, or even real life.
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