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Unformatted text preview: Monceau says back, in a sort of denial how they are volunteering, the audience knows right away that Monceau is very wrong about that and that those people are in fact on their way to a camp to die. Though in the beginning not much is really known about each man, the audience can already sense that they have been arrested by the Nazis and they may be in some trouble. Dramatic irony makes a play more interesting for the audience. It also makes the audience care about the outcome of the characters. Dramatic irony gives the audience a different experience, then just sitting and not knowing anything else but what is happening as it happens. It adds emotion and gives a play heart. Without dramatic irony plays would be boring and the audience would not care the outcome and furthermore it may even eliminate the good guy and bad guy situation....
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