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Dramatic Irony: Act 4, Scene 6

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Which of these lines spoken by the characters in Act 4, Scene 6, are examples of dramatic irony?

Select ALL that apply.

A

“I see it feelingly” (Gloucester)

B

“O, matter and impertinency mix'd! Reason in madness!” (Edgar)

C

“I know thee well enough; thy name is Gloucester” (Lear)

D

“Wherefore, bold peasant, / Darest thou support a publish'd traitor?” (Oswald)

E

“Give the letters which thou find'st about me / To Edmund earl of Gloucester” (Oswald)