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What is verbal irony? At face value, the lines between verbal irony, sarcasm, and compliments can be blurry. After all, the phrase 'That looks nice' could be all three depending on the circumstances. In the final of a three part series on irony, Christopher Warner gets into the irony you may use most often and most casually: verbal irony.

What is verbal irony? At face value, the lines between verbal irony, sarcasm, and compliments can be blurry. After all, the phrase 'That looks nice' could be all three depending on the circumstances. In the final of a three part series on irony, Christopher Warner gets into the irony you may use most often and most casually: verbal irony.

"And,noble signor, If virtue no delighted beauty lack, your son-in-law is far more fair than black" The Duke contrasts Othello as being "more fair than black".This contrast enables the audience to foreshadow Othello's innocence since he is "fair."However, the black refers to the evil that drowns Othello from Iago, stripping him of his natural state.The irony used here is to break the perception of blacks being 'beasts'stating Othellos skin colour is 'fairer' than what he looks to…

"And,noble signor, If virtue no delighted beauty lack, your son-in-law is far more fair than black" The Duke contrasts Othello as being "more fair than black".This contrast enables the audience to foreshadow Othello's innocence since he is "fair."However, the black refers to the evil that drowns Othello from Iago, stripping him of his natural state.The irony used here is to break the perception of blacks being 'beasts'stating Othellos skin colour is 'fairer' than what he looks to…

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