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Examine Austen's use of irony throughout the novel. Give examples of structural irony as well as irony within the narrator's descriptions and characters' dialogue

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Well, the irony is there wasn't actually even any zombies in them times.
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Mrs Bennet is ironic. She's so concerned with getting all dem galdem married off but literally does nothing to help any of them except fretting all over the shop.


Wickham has all the appearances of a gentlemen but then runs off with that silly bint one, whereas Mr. Darcy seems like a bit of an arse but is actually a top banana. The Irony there is don't judge a banana by its skin or a book by its cover etc



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(Original post by Supersaps)
Mrs Bennet is ironic. She's so concerned with getting all dem galdem married off but literally does nothing to help any of them except fretting all over the shop.


Wickham has all the appearances of a gentlemen but then runs off with that silly bint one, whereas Mr. Darcy seems like a bit of an arse but is actually a top banana. The Irony there is don't judge a banana by its skin or a book by its cover etc



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The shop thing isn't ironic, but...


Mrs. Bennet's sole goal is to marry off her daughters, but all her meddling only actively prevents them from being married off. Structural irony.
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obviously.
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thankyou soo much i really appreciate it
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Is there a thread for AQA Pride and Prejudice because, mans needs help
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