What are examples of verbal irony in Julius Caesar?
Irony is a common literary device used in literature. Different types of irony are verbal irony, situational irony and dramatic irony. Verbal irony is when a character says something but means the opposite.
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Here are two examples of verbal irony in Julius Caesar:
- 'Good friends, sweet friends! Let me not stir you up/ To such a sudden flood of mutiny' (Act...
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Verbal irony is when a person says one thing but means another. In William Shakespeare's ''Julius Caesar'', we can find many examples of verbal irony.