Identify and explain an example of dramatic irony in chapter 26.
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"...every woman, nearly, went up to the girls, without saying a word, and kissed them, solemn, on the forehead, and then put their hand on their head, and looked up towards the sky, with the tears running down, and then busted out and went off sobbing and swabbing, and give the next woman a show. I never see anything so disgusting." -Pg. 163
Huck isn't a fan of false faces and or contrived empathy. Thus, the grief enacted by the mourners frustrates Huck thoroughly. For all their crying and carrying on..... Huck is far more genuine and sympathetic to the situation.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn