Dramatic irony




Dramatic irony


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Definition of dramatic irony


Dramatic irony: This is the device of putting into the speaker’s mouth words which have for the audience a meaning not intended by the speaker. Example from Macbeth: the drunken porter jestingly talks of being the porter at Hell’s gate.


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