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There are several examples of irony in the novel of Frankenstein. Match the examples from the novel with the type of irony. A. Verbal Irony B. Situational Irony D. Dramatic Irony 1. Frankenstein's goal was to create a beautiful creature; yet the reality of his creation was he ultimately created something... show more There are several examples of irony in the novel of Frankenstein. Match the examples from the novel with the type of irony.


A. Verbal Irony
B. Situational Irony
D. Dramatic Irony

1.
Frankenstein's goal was to create a beautiful creature; yet the reality of his creation was he ultimately created something grotesque.

2.
The Creature was angry after witnessing Victor destroy the female companion he requested. Knowing that Victor was going to marry Elizabeth, The Creature told Victor: "I go; but remember, I shall be with you on your
wedding-night.’" Victor thinks The Creature intends to destroy him on his wedding night not realizing The Creature is actually telling him of his intentions to kill Elizabeth.
3.
The Creature kidnaps and kills Victor's younger brother William. The Creature then frames Justine, the Frankenstein's housekeeper, for William's murder. During Justine's trial, we the reader and Victor know that The Creature exists and is responsible for William's murder. The judge and jury do not know The Creature exists.
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