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MODULE 2; ACTIVITY 1Irony Chart Type of IronyIronyMeaning of the quoted linesVerbal IronyScene 1 Line 112“You areall ignorant. No; I will never tell you what I know. Now it is my misery; then it would be yours.” Says Teiresias to OedipusOedipus misunderstands Teiresias and what Teiresias meant is that the knowledge that he knows would bear grief to Oedipus because he would reveal that Oedipus is the killer of King Laios. Oedipus would interpret that the knowledge Teiresias knows would bring doom to the city but, the doom Teiresias was talking about that would come is the one that would bring doom to Oedipus.Verbal IronyScene 1 Line 115 “You would betray us all and wreck the state?” Oedipus to TeiresiasOedipus accuses Teiresias of wanting to wreak havoc inthe city and betray the people of Thebes, yet he does not know that he is the one that will be betraying the city of Thebes and its people.