Which of the following circumstances in The Gift of the Magi is ironic?
A Della is able to buy exactly the gift she wants for Jim by selling her long, beautiful hair.
B Jim is unhappy with the watch fob Della gives him and refuses to put it on his watch.
C Jim and Della learn that gifts don’t really matter as long as they are together.
D Della sells her hair and receives hair combs as a gift. Jim sells his watch and receives a watch fob as a gift.
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D. I read this story sooo many times, my god. Please let me know if I helped at all. :)
D is the answer. In "Gift of the Magi", Jim sells his most prized possession, his watch to buy Della expensive hair combs for her beautiful hair, but Della sells her hair to buy a fob for Jim's watch.
This is the ironic part.
According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the definition of irony is "a situation that is strange or funny because things happen in a way that seems to be the opposite of what you expected".
So, an example of irony can be, "Mike decides to face his fears and go to the wild animal part of the zoo, but a lion gets loose and attacks Mike."