Presentation on theme: "Act 3 scenes 4 & 5 Irony. Today’s missions I can identify and understand situational, dramatic, and verbal irony offered by Shakespeare. I can understand."— Presentation transcript:




You are watching: Dramatic irony in romeo and juliet act 3

1 plot 3 scenes 4 & 5 Irony

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2 Today’s objectives I can identify and also understand situational, dramatic, and also verbal irony supplied by Shakespeare. I have the right to understand the result irony has on literature.

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3 Friar’s setup (page 178, present 146-158) go to Juliet’s and also comfort she Leave before daybreak walk to the city of Mantua You will live there till we find the ideal time to make your marriage public & protect against the fighting in between the 2 families The Prince will certainly then finish the banishment You deserve to return and also live a happy life with Juliet

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4 Review: Situational Irony as soon as a character makes a decision and the result is different from what they supposed 3.4 lord Capulet desires Juliet to be happy, for this reason he sets up the marital relationship to Paris-instead this decision makes her uncomfortable

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5 Dramatic Irony when the audience knows something the personalities do no *Makes the audience become more dramatic The Capulets think the Juliet is crying end Tybalt, but the audience to know she is yes, really crying over Romeo’s banishment. Lord Capulet arranges the marriage between Paris and Juliet, and the audience to know she is currently married to Romeo.

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6 3.5 linguistic Irony when a character says something, but method the opposite. Web page 194, lines 93-95 (Example 1) Lady Capulet hears: “Indeed, I never ever shall it is in satisfied v Romeo, till i behold that dead. Is my poor heart for a kinsman vexed. Juliet means: “Indeed, I never ever shall be satisfied v Romeo, till i behold him.

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Dead is my bad heart for a kinsman vexed.

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7 3.5 linguistic Irony web page 194, currently 96-97 “Madam, if you might find out yet a man to bear a poison, I would certainly temper it, the Romeo should, ~ above receipt thereof, quickly sleep in quiet.” – Temper: Mix the (Lady Capulet) – Temper: Dilute the (Juliet)

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