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Even though she was not ready for death he kindly stopped for her. The word "kindly" tells us the tone is ironic.

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Q: How would you paraphrase the first two lines in Because I could not stop for Death in a way that it emphasizes their irony and What word in line two tells you that the tone is ironic?
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