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A sunny morning 2
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  • 1. A Sunny Morning -a one-act play- by Serafín and Joaquín QuinteroStudy Questions:1. What makes a character dynamic?2. What makes a character static?3. What is the setting of the play?4. What is irony?
  • 2. Answers:1. A character is dynamic when he or she changes in a play or story.2. A character is static when he or she remains the same throughout the story.3. The setting of A Sunny Day is: a sunny morning in Madrid, Spain on a bench in the park.4. Irony is essentially when the opposite of what might be expected happens or is spoken. (verbal irony / situational irony / dramatic irony)
  • 3. IRONY• Irony is a literary or rhetorical device, in which there is an incongruity or discordance between what a speaker or a writer says and what he or she means, or is generally understood. sarcasm, for example…
  • 4. A Sunny Morningby Serafín and Joaquín Quintero

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