Monday, February 22, 2010

Dramatic Irony

Macbeth has Dramatic Irony. Dramatic Irony is where the audience knows more about what's happening in the play then the characters. In Act I Malcolm becoming prince is dramatic irony because we know the Macbeth is planning on killing him but he doesn't know. Macbeth and the audience are the only people who know what's going to happen with Duncan and Malcolm.