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Which event is an example of irony in Macbeth
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King Duncan thinks Macbeth is a good and worthy man, when Macbeth is actually exploding with his murder.
Irony occurs when a character believes something that is completely contrary to reality. For irony to work in a play, the audience usually needs the characters to have more information. In this case, the audience knows that Macbeth is planning to assassinate King Duncan. However, the audience also knows that King Duncan believes that Macbeth is a good and worthy man. This contradiction is an example of the irony in the play.