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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: The Three Ironies at Work in the Hamlet. Introduction Shakespeare employs several literary devices in his plays to bring about humor suspense and engage the audience. From his masterpiece Hamlet Shakespeare uses irony as a device that could engage the focus of the readers despite this play being not as thrilling as Macbeth. Paradox refers to a figure of speech that the author uses to show a different kind of meaning that differs with the original purpose. In Hamlet the author uses three distinct types of irony: verbal situational and dramatic irony to bring about a comprehensive understanding of the actions of characters. This renowned author artistically models irony around this play to bring about sarcasm and suspense where the audience is expecting an occurrence but when the events unfold they disapprove these expectations. Through irony the author can embellish emphasize and translate moods and keep the audience waiting for the next act of the play by creating a catching suspense. Through dramatic irony Shakespeare can maintain the present events around a character and the following scenes forming an element of curiosity. Through irony especially when the audience knows the unfortunate end of a character the author can create misunderstandings between the antagonist and protagonist based on deception. From such a situation the audience will sympathize with the character who is not aware of their destiny. An author will transfer emotions and moods from the characters to the audience through dramatic irony. Works Cited Cantor Paul A. “The tragedy of Hamlet.” Shakespeare: Hamlet pp. 20–59. Charney Maurice. Style in Hamlet. Princeton University Press 2015. Craig William James. "William Shakespeare: The Complete Works." London: The Essential Classics (1993). Dallacqua Ashley K. "Exploring literary devices in graphic novels." Language Arts 89.6 (2012): 365-378. Haley Richard. "Hamlet and Myers-Briggs: A Jungian Analysis." (2017). [...]

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Subject Area: Literature

Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

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