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Situational Irony: '"My dear Fortunato, you are luckily met. . ." The narrator says that Fortunato is lucky because he bumped into him, when actually, he is about to be hurt or in danger in a way.
Verbal Irony: "Fortunato," The character who is about to have his life taken has the name of 'Fortunato', which you'd assume means that he's fortunate, but in reality, he is being played into his own death.
Dramatic Irony: ". . .nothing, it will not kill me. I shall not die of a cough.' 'True-true,' I replied," Fortunato says that he shall not die of a cough, and the narrator agrees, because he is knowns that he shall not die of a cough, but by a clause from the narrator. But Fortunato doesn't know that.
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