Dramatic Irony in Mad Men

“Before postmodernist self-reference, there was dramatic irony: a little wink from the writer that acknowledges the audience. It’s not just that we know something the characters don’t. It’s that the writer knows we know.”

Originally published in Indiewire Press Play, this piece breaks down five great instances of dramatic irony in Mad Men.

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