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  • dramatic irony example #1
  • "oh sir, dont worry, I only remain under his command in order to get even with him."
  • I want to marry Desdemona and will do what it takes.
  • dramatic irony example #2
  • "wake up the other snoring citizens with the alarm bell, or else the devil will make a granfather out of you."
  • "Are you out of your minds?"
  • dramatic irony example #3
  • "that it was only by my own paltry goodness that I kept my hands off him."
  • "let him do his worst."
  • Iago is speaking with Roderigo about his plans to ruin Othello. this is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows Iago is plotting his revenge while Othello doesn't know whats happening.
  • dramatic irony example #4
  • "you, Roderigo! Now sir, i am going to attack you."
  • Iago is telling Brabantio that Othello has secretly married his daughter, Desdemona. This is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that othello married desdemona but brabantia doesn't know about it yet
  • dramatic irony example #5
  • "you can count on me. Go make money! I've told you many times, and i'll say it again and again: I hate the moore."
  • you must promise me that i will get the love love of my life.
  • "I've never known a women who loved a man so much."
  • Iago is informing Othello about Brabantio plan to kill him. This is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that Iago is the one who enraged Brabantio by telling him about Othello's secret marriage.
  • dramatic irony example #6
  • "alas, poor thing, I think she actually does love me."
  • Iago is telling Roderigo that he's going to attack him.This is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that Iago is pretending .
  • why sir? what have I done wrong?
  • Iago is telling Roderigo to go and make money.this is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that Iago is using Roderigo for his money mean while Roderigo does not know he is getting. used.
  • Iago has tricked Othello into thinking that he is talking with Cassio about Desdemona. his is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows that Iago has tricked Othello but he does not know that.
  • "now he's trying to deny it halfheartedly and laughing it off."
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