What is IRONIC about the Cyclops's comment about traffic? Heres the lines " 'Strangers,' he said, 'who are you?And where from? What brings you here by seaways-A FAIR TRAFFIC? Or are you wandering rogues, who cast your lives like dice, and ravage other folk by sea?" Fair traffic means a good, fair and honest trade but whats ironic about the lines?
Is there options? Maybe the line "Ravage other folk by the sea" is ironic because cyclops's are the sons of Poseidon the sea god. But not totally sure