6.2 english.doc - Name Elizabeth Mullis Facilitator Ms.Smiley Date School Dothan High 6.02 Irony Directions Find three examples from Gulliver\u2019s

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Name: Elizabeth Mullis Facilitator: Ms.Smiley Date: 2/19/19 School: Dothan High 6.02 Irony Directions: Find three examples from Gulliver’s Travels that is ironic. Write the quotation in the column “Citation from the text.” Write whether each example is a type of verbal irony, situational irony, or dramatic irony. Explain your reasoning in the “Explanation” column. Citation from the text Type of Irony Explanation 1. “The last of these voyages not proving very fortunate, I grew weary of the sea, and intended to stay at home with my wife and family.” Situational irony Its situational irony because his last voyage was not good
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