10.05 Isn\u2019t It Ironic - Name Nasir Broughton Date School JD High Facilitator Ms Ross 10.05 Isn\u2019t It Ironic Part 1 Directions Read each quote

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Name: Nasir Broughton Date: 6-8-20 School: JD High Facilitator: Ms. Ross 10.05 Isn’t It Ironic Part 1 Directions: Read each quote below. Then paraphrase the quote in your own words and state what type of irony is being displayed. Make sure to support your opinions with an explanation from the play. Quote Type of Irony Explanation using evidence from the play 1. “The course of true love never did run smooth.” Act I, sc. I situational “Love never did run smooth…” 2. “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind…” Act I, sc. I dramatic “Love looks with mind, not eyes…” 3. “I see their knavery. This is to make an ass of me, to/fright me, if they could…” Act III, sc. I verbal “to make an ass of me, to fright me, if they could…” 4. “Lord, what fools these mortals be!” Act III, sc. ii verbal “What fools these mortals be…” 5. “…reason and love keep little company together nowadays Act III, sc. i dramatic “keep little company together nowadays…”
by his reason sway’d/And reason says you are the worthier maid.” Act II, sc. iidramatic“will of man is by his reason sway’d/ you are the worthier maid…” Part 2: ConflictDirections: Identify the conflict for each part, provide an explanation from the plot of the play, and find textual evidence to support your assertion.Conflict #1 Man vs. SelfInternal or External? InternalExample of the conflict from the play: Helena vs. herselfEvidence (quote):“Nor none, in my mind, now you give her o’er…” Conflict #2 Man vs. Supernatural beingsInternal or External? ExternalExample of the conflict from the play: Puck vs. Fairy
Evidence (quote): “You are that shrewd and knavish spirit…” Conflict #3 Man vs. Man Internal or External? External Example of the conflict from the play: Lysander vs. Demetrius Evidence (quote): “You have her father’s love, Demetrius, let me have Hermia’s…”

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