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Identify and explain and example of dramatic irony from the play: "Crossroads: A Sad Vaudeville." What is the purpose of dramatic irony in the story?
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Identify and explain and example of dramatic irony from the play: "Crossroads: A Sad Vaudeville." What is the purpose of dramatic irony in the story?
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hmmm well idk XD sorry i tried to help but idk
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thank you anyway lol.
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lol are u new

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anonymous
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yes
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Bigbosssaint21
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an example of dramatic irony in this play would be that the audience knows that the old woman is in fact the one that the man is looking for, but he doesn't realize it because he is expecting a young, beautiful girl.
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i have that part, thank youuuu . do you know the other question?
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Bigbosssaint21
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I would say to show the reader to always be optimistic and be willing to look for things unexpected
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THANK YOU.
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Yes Ma'am

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