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Which of the following is an example of dramatic irony? A. The audience is more concerned about the characters sinning than falling in love. B. The characters say the exact opposite of what they really mean. C. A knight swears loyalty to a newly appointed king, but the audience knows the knight plans to betray the king once he takes the throne. D. The characters are purposely hiding important factors from the audience.
A knight swears loyalty to a newly appointed king, but the audience knows the knight plans to betray the king once he takes the throne: is an example of dramatic irony.
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A knight swears loyalty to a newly appointed king, but the audience knows the knight plans to betray the king once he takes the throne: is an example of dramatic irony.

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