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Irony: The Crucible Act Three

Irony is best illustrated in Arthur Miller's The Crucible. This resource reviews the three types of irony, providing a definition and example for each, before posing three short answer question. How is irony used in the play, and what makes something ironic? A discussion is sure to follow this instructional activity. 

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Grade
8th - 12th
Subjects
English Language Arts
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Language
English

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