Irony in Hamlet

Dramatic Irony when the audience knows more than a character
Hamlet about father ‘I shall not look upon his like again
Ophelia: ‘mad’ hamlet causes her to go insane
Claudius praving : My words fly up my thoughts remain below words without thoghts never to heaven go
Verbal irony when a characters words have a double meaning
hamlet on C: A little more than kin and less than kind
H to G: Ay, madam it is common
Situational Irony when a situation talked about by a character comes about in an unexpected way
C: The King shall drink to hamlets better breath
H on C: will kill ”at gaming, swearing or about some act that has no relish of salvation int