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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] IRONY Irony is a literary device and aconnection placed by the author tohighlight similarities and differencesimultaneously. Once the readerrecognized this much meaning isadded. SHERMAN ALEXIE "EVOLUTION" double click to change this header text! It is ironic how Buffalo Bill takesthe Native American Indians items as if there are worthless, charging 20 dollars for a heart, yet in the end he creates a museum out of their things because he knows they hold value. It is ironic how Buffalo Bill openedhis pawn shop across from aliquor store, pulling customers in,and twisting them deeper intopoverty. The poem is called Evolution, which suggest that things betterover time, however, the lifestylesand cultural of the Native AmericanIndians only declines - the oppositeof evolution. EXAMPLES WORKS CITED Alexie, Sherman. Evolution. Compact Literature. Ed. Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell. 8th ed. Wadsworth: Boston, 2013. 703-704. Print. Kirszner, Laurie G. and Stephen R. Mandell, ed. Compact Literature. 8th ed. Wadsworth: Boston, 2013. Print. Buffalo Bill represents the real Buffalo Bill who earned the trust ofNative American Indians, yet heportrayed them as barbaric animals while gaining fame through their exploitation. depends on weather the audience is awareof something that is not yet known to theprotagonist. develops when whatis said is contrary towhat is meant. This isoften seen through theuse of over or under exaggeration. DRAMATIC IRONY SITUATION IRONY occurs when the story's situation leads the readerto believe something differentthan what has happens. "Evolution" describes the exploitation of the Native American Indians' culture.Buffalo Bill opens a pawn shop right across from the liquor store. The Indians come running in with everything they have to offer, their wealth, their culture and their identity. Buffalo Bill gives the Indians little in return, and once he has taken everything he changes the pawn shop intoa museum of Native American Indian Culture and charges the Indians $5 to enter. VERBAL IRONY By Emily Holland
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