(1) Irony (a) situational (the unexpected twist), (b) dramatic (the reader knows more than the story's
characters), (c) verbal (unexpected language/sarcasm), (d) ironic point of view (the narrator tends to shrug off or be sarcastic about his/her situation or dilemma), and (e) COSMIC, that is, an evil or malicious fate - or some "spirit" in the sphere of life that is purposefully undermining, frustrating, or even destroying a human being or human efforts. Try to comment
on all FIVE of these specific ironies a - e. List them one by one.
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