Irony Essay Topics

Poetry Analysis

Irony is a crucial literary device in the dramatic monologue My Last Duchess by Robert Browning. Actually, one of the most important things that can be said about Robert Browning is that he is a perfect ironist, and that irony is an important part of My Last Duchess. In, My Last Duchess, the Duke is… View Article

Big Brother Isn’t Watching You

Conflict is unavoidable wherever there are humans. But what causes these conflicts and how should these be resolved? These questions are addressed in a commentary by Russell Brand called ”Big Brother isn’t watching you”. He comments on the riots of London in 2011 and tries to explain why they happened as well as how to… View Article

Satire Project

Article: 1. The topic of this article is Lance Armstrong, who recently admitted to doping throughout his cycling career. The article is written based off of an actual interview on Lance conducted by Oprah Winfrey. In this interview, Armstrong admits to fraud and taking performance enhancing drugs in preparation for races. 2. This article’s main… View Article

Situational Irony

Many times authors use irony to prove a point. There are three types of irony: dramatic, verbal, and situational. Situational irony is present in “The Sniper”, “The Most Dangerous Game”, “Gift of the Magi”, and “The Necklace” to help create the theme in the stories. In the story The Sniper situational irony plays a major… View Article

Richard III – Irony of Shakespeare

Shakespeare is known for his wit and brilliance in writing. One of his tactics is his use of irony. There are three types of irony: verbal, dramatic and situational. Verbal irony is a figure of speech in which the speaker says the opposite of what he or she intends to say. Dramatic irony is the… View Article

Jonathans Swifts’ Gulliver’s Travels

In Joanthans Swifts’ Gulliver’s Travels Part IV he uses a certain character to be his perfect example for what the human race should be. With this character he then will compare to the lowest of all beings to illustrate all the faults of man. These characters in his story are called the Houyhnhnms, which have… View Article

A Comedy Without Substance by William Shakespeare

Old and new comedy both appear during the play, they are only produced for entertainment purposes.Old comedy usually sees a plot with a problem to overcome. This is attempted with a absurd plan, often leading to satire and buffoonery.These key features of old comedy are shown when Hero has to fake her death in order… View Article

Movie Report a Thousand Words

I. TITLE “A THOUSAND WORDS” DIRECTED BY BRIAN ROBINS II. SYPNOSIS Jack McCall is a book agent working in a company. One day he propose to sell a book that will be written by Dr. Sinja a religous leader who is popular to many people for his teachings and healing. Jack visit on of sessions… View Article

Writing a Satiric Piece

Step 1: Identify the Topic With your group, choose a topic that is relevant, current, and debatable. Remember that the flaws and foibles of all aspects of society—from government to celebrity to religion, from teenagers to presidents to soccer moms—are grist for the satirist’s mill. Once you have all agreed on a topic about which… View Article

Art and Irony

Dreams are the paints of a great artist, and the world is their canvas. Artists are able to produce beautiful art pieces using their ideas and imaginations. Through art, we are able to communicate stories of tragedy, peace, hardship, and ease. In many ways, visual art and written stories can be compared to one another…. View Article

Irony in Nadine Gordimer’s “Once upon a time”

Once Upon a Social Issue Fairy tales have always been told to us as children; whether to comfort or entertain us, they always seem to be a part of everyone’s childhood. “Once Upon A Time”, the title is a characteristic of a fairy tale, but she leads the story to an ending that is anything… View Article

“The Moon and Sixpence” by W. Somerset Maugham

This extract from “The Moon and Sixpence” by W. Somerset Maugham is written by vivid, ironic language. It is about a poor artist, whose paintings were considered by contemporaries absurd. And they were much surprised when dealers from Paris and Berlin began to offer for them the huge sums. Strickland didn’t make impression on people,… View Article

Irony & literary

Many literary works use irony to effectively convey a message to the reader. In the stories “A Clack of Tiny Sparks”, “The Ghosts of Halloweens Past”, and “The Birthmark”, irony is the evident literary element. These stories may have different characters and meanings, but somehow, they have a coherent message to tell the readers. The… View Article

Irony In Nathan The Wise

Nathan the Wise is a call for reexamination among those who consider themselves as having the monopoly on truth while the rest of the world are supposedly living their lives based on false creeds. The misunderstanding among peoples or nations is rooted in this perception. Gotthold Lessing’s play sought to highlight the innate prejudices of… View Article