The Rhetoric of Irony was created in 1974.
Irony and rhetoric questions
C. Jan Swearingen has written: 'Rhetoric and irony' -- subject(s): Ancient Rhetoric, Classical influences, Dialectic, Irony, Literacy, Logos (Philosophy), Philosophy, Rhetoric, Western Civilization
Walter Brock MacDonald has written: 'Rhetoric and irony in Chaucer's \\'
Irony - album - was created on 2003-06-18.
On the Concept of Irony with Continual Reference to Socrates was created in 1841.
Laurent Perrin has written: 'L' ironie mise en trope' -- subject(s): Irony, Rhetoric, Hyperbole
Charlee M. Sterling has written: 'Irony in the short stories of Edith Wharton' -- subject(s): History, Irony in literature, Narration (Rhetoric), Point-of-view (Literature), Short story, Technique
Romuald Turasiewicz has written: 'Problem antycznej ironii' -- subject(s): Ancient Philosophy, Ancient Rhetoric, Ethics, Irony
Erich Meuthen has written: 'Sprachkraft' -- subject(s): Rhetoric, Literature, Irony in literature, Allegory, German literature, History and criticism
Elena Negrea has written: 'Pragmatica ironiei' -- subject(s): Rhetoric, Romanian newspapers, Language, Romanian language, Irony, Journalism
Louis A. Marre has written: 'Ironic historian' -- subject(s): English Epic poetry, History, History and criticism, Irony in literature, Narration (Rhetoric)
the types of irony are: VERBAL IRONY DRAMATIC IRONY SITUATIONAL IRONY
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yes there are three different types of irony situational irony, dramatic irony, and verbal irony.
Michael Dorland has written: 'Law, rhetoric and irony in the formation of Canadian civil culture' 'So close to the State/s' -- subject(s): Government policy, Motion picture industry