In the country of ironies
, a leading member of the new majority finds no embarrassment in threatening the leading member in the new opposition with putting him and his allies in prison.
Vlastos rejects Xenophon as an authentic historical source for the philosophical doctrine of the historical Socrates because his work does not contain the kind of complex ironies
embodied in disavowals of knowledge and teaching.
Hutcheon's resulting Wagner ironies
appear cliched and too one-sidedly personal, reflecting a ludicly flippant intentionality not suiting an author concerned with a relatively grave subject.
The part of the fragment that--according to Schlegel--should not have been misunderstood is the part where everything was said "almost without any irony at all," while the part that should have been incomprehensible is where "the irony begins" ("und da fangt nun auch schon die Ironie
an," 366; Wheeler, 35).
And, tuning into this frequency, the reader is left, like Invisible Man, wi th no resolution to the many ironies
and contradictions to which he has been exposed.
To attend to Morris' transformation of his prototype is to leave aside the work's pat ironies
the better to follow the ways in which the newcomer sought to insert a legible identity for himself into an established scene by reversing certain of its defining components.
And, irony of ironies
, the two will end up in love.
Like other translators, Wootton misses some chances to capture the ironies
that make Utopia so disconcertingly serious and ambiguously playful.
First, throughout her book Tanner details the terrible ironies
This odd gesture of recuperation recurs throughout Boskovich's show, as the sickest of ironies
bares its caved-i chest to reveal a flaming Sacred Heart.
It's a proud moment that's not without a few ironies