Comment on the irony as Duncan approaches macbeth's castle. what kind of irony is it?

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Duncan begins talking about how gentle and pleasant the air is around Macbeth's castle. This is ironic because we know L. Macbeth and Macbeth plan to kill Duncan that night. The air is not that gentle after all! This is an example of "dramatic irony." We know something the characters do not.