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IRONY overview. Definition. Irony is a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens. Types of Irony. Situational Dramatic Verbal. Situational Irony. Something happens that we wouldn’t expect to happen Example: A fire station burns down. Dramatic Irony. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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IRONY overview

IRONY overview

+DefinitionIrony is a contrast between what is expected and what actually happens+Types of IronySituationalDramaticVerbal+Situational IronySomething happens that we wouldnt expect to happenExample: A fire station burns down. +Dramatic IronyThe reader knows something the characters do not. Example: In the movie Home Alone, we know that Kevin has planted traps everywhere, but the thieves dont! +Verbal IronyWhat is said is different than what is meant. Example: You tell someone to break a leg but you mean for them to have good luck. +Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?George cancels a date with his girlfriend so he can go to a basketball game with his friends. At the concessions stand, he sees his girlfriend with another guy! Situational

+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?

Situational+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?You are watching a horror movie. You know that the boogey man is waiting for the main character in the closet, but the character doesnt know and unknowingly opens the closet door. Dramatic

+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?As you walk outside into the pouring rain, your friend sarcastically comments, What lovely weather were having today. Verbal

+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?Situational

+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?A police station gets robbed. Situational

+Identify the Irony!Situational, Dramatic, or Verbal?Your date for the school dance shows up in ripped jeans and a stained t-shirt. With a smirk, you say, Oh! I see you dressed up for the occasion. Verbal

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