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Questions for “The Dinner Party”  1. What is the conflict that occurs at the beginning of the story  between the young girl and the colonel? (3)  2. H...

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Questions for “The Dinner Party”  1. What is the conflict that occurs at the beginning of the story  between the young girl and the colonel? (3)  2. How is the conflict resolved? (3)  3. Why is the resolution an example of situational irony? (4)    Questions for “The Chaser”  1.  Situational Irony: There’s a reason why the poison costs  more than the love potion! How will giving the love potion to  Diana bring about results that are the opposite of what is  expected? (3)  2. Verbal Irony: The old man sounds like he is being helpful  and generous. Why is he not? What is he implying will happen  when Alan is older? (4)   3. Dramatic Irony: We as readers seem to know something  that Alan does not. What do we know or sense about the old  man that Alan doesn’t seem to understand? (3)