What are some examples of dramatic irony in act 2 Romeo and Juliet?
Dramatic irony in act 2 of Romeo and Juliet can be seen where Romeo is teased by Mercutio about his feelings for Rosaline. The fact is that Romeo is in love with Juliet and therefore it is ironic.
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maybe the part when he is "in love with roseline" but then sees juliet