Bagpipe humour

IB English B: Bagpipe humour

Humour is probably the commonest form of rhetoric - it occurs everywhere in daily life. It is also, interestingly, very often one of the most complex forms of rhetoric, since it involves the conscious control of a game of interactions between the author and the audience. Simply put, humour involves making unusual or unconventional statements that you know that the audience will decipher and understand. This is only possible...


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