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Dramatic Irony

by lizzy66

Creative Commons Monday February 7, 2011

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Dramatic Irony What is it?

Whoa! That was Dramatic Irony!

I know!

?

The story I just read was filled with Dramatic Irony.

Cool!

?

...Dramatic Irony...

? hmm..

Exuse me sir, may I ask you something?

You sure can!

Do you happen to know what Dramatic Irony is? I keep hearing it be mentioned but I have no idea what it is.

Well you have come to the right person. Dramatic Irony (Dra-mat-ic I-ron-y) is when the audience of a story or movie knows what is about to happen next but the characters in the movie or story do not.

OHH! what else can you tell me?

Dramatic Irony comes from the Latin word "ironia" meaning "feigned ignorance".

Can you tell me an example of Dramatic Irony?

Sure can. In "Hamlet" written by William Shakespeare, In Act V, the audience knows that Laertes sword has been poisoned and so has the wine that Hamlet was to drink, Hamlet though did not know what was about to happen.

Oh okay I understand. So SHakespeare made that Dramatic Irony to give the story a bigger effect then right?

Yeah you got it.

How did you know all of this?

My Literature book and examples-help.org.uk/dramatic-irony.htm.

Hey, do you know what Dramatic Irony is? I just heard someone say it and I have never heard it.

uhh not a clue.

haha

Dramatic Irony What is it? Whoa! That was Dramatic Irony! | I know! | ? The story I just read was filled with Dramatic Irony. | Cool! | ? ...Dramatic Irony... | ? hmm.. Exuse me sir, may I ask you something? | You sure can! Do you happen to know what Dramatic Irony is? I keep hearing it be mentioned but I have no idea what it is. | Well you have come to the right person. Dramatic Irony (Dra-mat-ic I-ron-y) is when the audience of a story or movie knows what is about to happen next but the characters in the movie or story do not. OHH! what else can you tell me? | Dramatic Irony comes from the Latin word "ironia" meaning "feigned ignorance". Can you tell me an example of Dramatic Irony? | Sure can. In "Hamlet" written by William Shakespeare, In Act V, the audience knows that Laertes sword has been poisoned and so has the wine that Hamlet was to drink, Hamlet though did not know what was about to happen. Oh okay I understand. So SHakespeare made that Dramatic Irony to give the story a bigger effect then right? | Yeah you got it. How did you know all of this? | My Literature book and examples-help.org.uk/dramatic-irony.htm. Hey, do you know what Dramatic Irony is? I just heard someone say it and I have never heard it. | uhh not a clue. | haha

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