Dramatic Irony | Meaning | Definition


Dramatic Irony | Meaning | Definition

Dramatic Irony Dramatic Irony Meaning Definition

Dramatic Irony


Dramatic Irony is a situation created in a dramatic work to show that the audience knows a piece of information but the character of the story does not seem to know. Dramatic irony is often tragic. 0 0 0.


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