Dramatic Irony is a type of irony in writing that occurs when the audience or reader of a work of literature is aware of something that the characters are not. It often creates a humorous effect and allows the reader or audience to have a deeper understanding of the story. Jokesters might call it the “look at the audience and wink” effect.
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