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What is dramatic irony? a situation in a novel, story, or play where the audience knows what is happening or what will happen while the characters do not an instance in which a character in a work of fiction says something while meaning the complete opposite of what he or she stated a situation in a work of fiction where the result of an action is contrary to what was expected a situation in a work of fiction that brings out the conflict between human will and what is predestined

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