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Romeo and Juliet : Dramatic Irony

Mrs. Kaiser's Class - Exploring Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Irony

Dramatic Irony

Dramatic Irony

Irony

Dramatic Irony

Dramatic irony is a relationship of contrast between a character's limited understanding of his or her situation in some particular moment of the unfolding action and what the audience, at the same instant, understands the character's situation actually to be.

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Can you see the irony in this?