There, now you’ll get to enjoy some dramatic irony as you listen to the podcast: you know something the character (or host, in this case) doesn’t know, and it changes the meaning of their words. But this episode has more up its sleeve than clever wordplay, we promise! We also talk about how dramatic irony can be used, why authors should make more use of it, and the challenges of implementing it in prose. Plus, we get old school with a discussion of some ancient Greek tragedies.
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Opening and closing theme: The Princess Who Saved Herself by Jonathan Coulton. Used with permission.
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