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Irony in the Most Dangerous Game
Terms in this set (11)
irony that uses words to actually mean the opposite.
irony involving a situation in which actions have an effect that is opposite from what was intended, so that the outcome is contrary to what was expected.
irony in which the audience is aware of something that the character isn't.
"We will have some capital hunting you and I"
"You've got a genuine new thrill..."
"I have electricity, we try to be civilized here."
"Tomorrow you'll feel like a new man, I've got one rather promising prospect."
What is Irony?
A contradiction between appearance and reality, expectation and outcome, or meaning and intention
The Title - Most Dangerous Game
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