What situational irony occurs in “the colomber” by dino buzzati? stefano kills the colomber and ends the curse of the colomber forever. the colomber reveals a secret ability to walk on land. stefano’s father was the real victim of the colomber. the colomber pursues stefano in order to give him a magic pearl.
The correct answer is D) he Colomber pursues Stefano in order to give him a magic pearl.
The situational irony that occurs in “The Colombier” by Dino Buzzati is "The Colomber pursues Stefano in order to give him a magic pearl.
Steffano Roi is the protagonist of the story. When he is navigating in the sea with his father, he sees a Colomber, a strange kind of fish. His father tries to protect his son from the shark alike animal and takes him away. Once the father has died, Stefano, as an adult, is still intrigued by that strange animal decides to confront the animal. Once he is there, the animal gives him a precious Pearl that gives power and good fortune to the one who possesses it.
The situational irony which occurs in “The Colomber” by Dino Buzzati is that the colomber pursues Stefano in order to give him a magic pearl. Option D is correct,
Stefano gave up his dream of becoming a sea captain seeking to ensure that he will live a long life after seeing the Colomber.
Tthe Colomber was considered a harbinger of Death and that whoever sees it will be doomed for life.
However, the reason why the Colomber was after Stefano was that it had to give Stefano a pearl that would grant him good luck and success in life. And the irony lies on the fact that Stefano feared the Colomber was false and baseless.