Jim Nightshade Situational Irony Analysis

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The second most used type of irony used to relate to Jim Nightshade is situational irony. This type of irony is seen when it says “The boys stood alone among the encampments.” (Bradbury71), “so vanished the real army of people.” (71), and “warm food in bright rooms.” (71). Bradbury depicts situational irony by showing how the boys are still young and should be at home safe, but since they know about the carnival and Tom Fury, they are out late trying to be heroes. Ray Bradbury does this to portray the unbelievable courage and the length these two boys will go to protect their loved ones and the people in their town from the evils of the

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