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What is the dramatic irony in Romeo and Juliet?

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Dramatic irony: the audience knows that Juliet took a sleeping potion
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At one point there is dramatic irony when juliet drinks the potion that will make her appear as if she was dead for 42 hours. it just made her appear dead, but when romeo went into
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