What is the irony in the novel Old Man and the Sea?

Answer in the book the marlin is being eaten by sharks until just the bones are left. At the end of the book people just think the bones must be what's left of a shark

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What is the irony in the novel the old man and the sea?

The irony is that the tourists thought that the marlin santiago caught was actually a shark.

Irony from the novel their eyes are watching god?

Janie was on a quest to discover her voice through a perfect partner, and she finds her voice at the end of the book by losing her near perfect match. In most of her relationships the case seemed t... Read More »

What does irony mean in editorial cartoons?

When a cartoon is ironic, it means the cartoonist is graphically depicting the difference between the way things are and the way things should be, according to the Library of Congress. Cartoonists... Read More »

What is an example of irony from Bless Me Ultima?

death of Florence and Ultima owl and when Tony is running home to warn Ultima and tells Tenorio about the owl and how its a part of Ultima this giving a way to kill Ultima when the whole novel he's... Read More »