Richard III

What's the irony in the trap laid for the Duke of Clarence?

Act 1 Scene 1

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The irony in Scene One can be found in Richard's feigned ignorance of the reason his brother was arrested. Additional irony can be found in the fact that Clarence never suspects his brother's part in the plot, as he believes him to be a kind and gentle man.


Richard III