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jaws example of dramatic irony
Updated: 3/26/2019
jaws example of  dramatic irony
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  • a literary technique originally used in Greek tragedy by which the full significance if a characters words or actions are clear to the audience or reader although unknown to the character ./ this is dramatic irony because we know that there is a shark in the water but Kyle does not so he dives in and is in for a surprise .
  • Definition of dramatic irony
  • people are leaving in fear as Sabrina and Sophie spotted a great white shark as they encountered it in a near death situation .
  • Kyle rushes to the ocean and leaps in the water but he sees something he gets closer he is looking a great white shark eye to eye .
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