What are some examples of dramatic irony in Hamlet?
In this famous tragedy, Hamlet is forced to watch his mother marry his uncle Claudius shortly after the untimely death of his father. He is then contacted by his father's ghost, who claims to have been murdered by Claudius. Hamlet promises to take revenge on his uncle.
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Dramatic irony occurs when crucial information is revealed to the audience but kept from the characters in the story. In Hamlet, dramatic irony plays...
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Learn about Hamlet by William Shakespeare with literary devices, analysis, and examples from the play. Discover metaphors, similes, and personification in Hamlet.