The Count of Monte Cristo

Why is chapter 4 from the Count of Monte Cristo a good example of dramatic irony?

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This chapter is full of dramatic irony..... a man accused by another (Dantes by Danglars) when the accuser is far more guilty and deserving. Mercedes loses her fiance just before her wedding and then goes onto marry one of his closest friends.


The Count of Monte Cristo