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Irony Usage in the Short Story "The Painted Door" By: Ross Sinclair
Ross Sinclair used, the literary device, irony in many ways throughout his short story "The Painted Door." This short story takes place in the great depression of the 1930's in Saskatchewan during a horrific blizzard. Two of the three characters, Ann and Steven, are the main cause of most of the irony expressed in this short story. The irony is what makes this particular short story so tragic and dramatic. There are several examples of irony that dramatically affected the mood to be found throughout this entire story.
The first example of irony that sets the mood of this short story, was…
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