A story is interesting if it has the right qualities such as humor, a mood that changes through the course of the story, suspense, and compelling drama. Irony, the opposite of what is expected to happen, is found in most stories and makes a story more interesting. There are three types of irony - verbal, dramatic, and situational irony. Verbal irony is irony expressed in words that is the opposite of what is meant. Dramatic irony is when the reader of a story knows more than a character in a story knows. Situational irony is the opposite of what is expected to happen in a story. A good story with irony has at least two of these three forms of irony to add to the story's drama, and make it more interesting. These forms of irony can be found in stories such as: "The Cask of Amontillado", by Edgar Allan Poe, about a man who plots revenge against another man by killing him, "The Lady, or the Tiger", by Frank R. Stockton, about a man accused of a crime and must choose between two doors with the help of a princess, and "The Necklace", by Guy De Maupassant, about a woman who desires to have a better life. Even though all these stories have at least two forms of irony, dramatic irony makes a story much more interesting than verbal or situational irony.
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A story is interesting if it has the right qualities such as humor, a mood that changes through the course of the story, suspense, and[think you meant "OR"] compelling drama. Irony, the opposite of what is expected to happen, is found in most stories and makes a story more interesting. There are three types of irony - verbal, dramatic, and situational. Verbal irony is irony expressed in words that is the opposite of what is meant. Dramatic irony is when the reader of a story knows more than a character in a story knows. Situational irony is the opposite of what is expected to happen in a story. A good story with irony has at least two of these three forms of irony to add to the story's drama.

These forms of irony can be found in stories such as: "The Cask of Amontillado", by Edgar Allan Poe, about a man who plots revenge against another man by killing him, "The Lady, or the Tiger", by Frank R. Stockton, about a man accused of a crime and must choose between two doors with the help of a princess, and "The Necklace", by Guy De Maupassant, about a woman who desires to have a better life. [You need to fix this. As a hint, "about a blah blah blah" gets tiring very quickly.]

Even though all these stories have at least two forms of irony, dramatic irony makes a story much more interesting than verbal or situational irony.
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