Key elements of the plot are reversals, recognition, and suffering. ... good—
Aristotle explains that audiences do not like, for example, villains "making ...
Aristotle calls spectacle the...
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A tragic hero is a literary character who makes a judgment error that inevitably ...
Aristotle once said that "A man doesn't become a hero until he can see the root of
his ... was perfect we would be outraged with their fate or not care especially ...
According to Aristotle (who speculates on the matter in his Poetics), ancient
comedy ... Accurate or not, the linking of the origins of comedy to some sort of
phallic .... we can derive the following general definition: Tragedy depicts the
downfall of ...
1.8 Glossary of Key Terms 1.9 Reading List, The ideal tragic hero, according to
Aristotle, should be, in the first place, a man of eminence. The actions of ...
Further, the hero should not only be eminent but also basically a good man,
though not absolutely virtuous. ... In this context Aristotle begins by the following
Tragedy is an imitation of action with the following characteristics: it is ... and
thought, according to Aristotle, are the two causes from which actions spring. ...
and hence his happiness, so it is action which is paramount - not character, ...
Aristotle highlights the primacy of action in this section as the key to an artist's
Aristotle defines tragedy according to seven characteristics: (1) it is mimetic, (2) it
is ... A well-formed plot must have a beginning, which is not a necessary ... The
plot should be unified, meaning that every element of the plot should tie in to the
According to Aristotle, there are six constituent parts of a tragedy: Plot, ... 'action';
and according to the definition, 'A tragedy is the imitation of action' not of men ...
that some other things, either by necessity, or as a rule but has nothing following.
Apr 11, 2011 ... Aristotle's definition, terms, and general overview. ... tragedies and made fun
Hubris or hybris (Greek ὕβρις), according to ... not the Aristotle's Ideal Plot
Structure<br /> The tragic hero must be essentially admirable and good.
Jun 5, 2012 ... Glossary of Key Terms .... Since Aristotle, in Europe tragedy has never been a
drama of despair, .... 3)Say whether the following statement is true or false: ...
According to Aristotle metre/verse alone is not the distinguishing feature of ....
among the six formative elements, the plot is the most important element.
ARISTOTLE & THE ELEMENTS OF TRAGEDY: English 250 ... The hero need not
die at the end, but he/she must undergo a change in fortune. .... c) "suffering" (
pathos): Also translated as "a calamity," the third element of plot is "a destructive