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Which of Lysander's protestations of love to Helena is an example of dramatic irony?
“I had no judgment when to her I swore.” (3.2.134)
“And run through fire / I will for thy sweet sake.”
“Not Hermia, but Helena I love. / Who will not change a raven for a dove?” (2.2.113)
“Content with Hermia? / No; I do repent / The tedious minutes / I with her have spent.” (2.2.111)
“Reason becomes the marshal to my will, / And leads me to your eyes, where I o'erlook / Love's stories written in / Love's richest book.” (2.2.120)