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three instances of irony in The Importance of Being Earnest. I kind of have an idea but i need help..

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as well as 4 examples of humor.
What do you already have an idea on? or do you just need help?
What the irony is in The Importance of Being Earnest.

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maybe if you read it and look carefully you might find it..not trying to sound bad but i think if you read that book and maybe we can help you see if the one you have chosen is ironic.
Heres 3 The verbal irony is in the use of the word and the name Earnest in a way that shows it to be the opposite of what it actually means. The situational irony is in the roles the two friends play. The dramatic irony is shown in the deus ex machina ending and the true story of Miss Prism.
uhh joannaxox3 i did read it and it's short so i read it twice and listened to the audio book. i only found some instances but i didn't get it.
oh mikemartin thanks. i had gotten the first one but i didn't realize the other two.

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