Why is the final statement in "We Real Cool," when the pool players say, "We / Die soon," tragically ironic?
The pool players are blaming lack of education for their early deaths.
The pool players do not enjoy their lives of play and music.
The pool players are primarily harming themselves with their defiant choices.
The pool players are speaking not of actual death but of the death of their dreams.
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@GreenCat what about this one?
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I found this -> These teenagers explain how they stay out late playing pool, fighting, sinning and drinking. Though they think they have everybody else fooled, they know themselves that the destructive behavior they are taking part in will lead to their death....