Catharsis is the purification and purgation of emotions—especially pity and fear
—through art or ... Catharsis is a term in dramatic art that describes the effect of
tragedy (or ... to ev...
Pity and fear. ... According to Aristotle the audience of a tragedy should feel which
emotions? According to ... Aristotle says that a tragedy should inspire in the
audience. ... According to Aristotle what should an audience feel during a tragedy
Tragedy depicts the downfall of a basically good person through some fatal error
or ... A true tragedy should evoke pity and fear on the part of the audience. ... art
to hold significance or persuasion for an audience, according to Plato and
Aristotle, ... A feeling of emotional purging on the part of the audience during a
According to Aristotle, a tragedy must be an imitation of life in the form of a
serious ... through the gamut of these strong emotions will leave viewers feeling
elated, in the ... At the same time, a tragic hero must evoke both pity and fear, and
Aristotle ... The audience knows the outcome of the story already, but the hero
stimulation interpretations of Aristotle's concepts of catharsis and tragic pleasure
are ... “catharsis” in the individuals of an audience is one of the crucial
requirements of a ... Tragic pleasure, then, is the enjoyment of the cleansed
emotions of pity and fear. ... 14 According to Lear, the proper pleasure of tragedy
is the joy...
A Catharsis is an emotional discharge through which one can achieve a ... term
was used as a metaphor in Poetics by Aristotle to explain the impact of tragedy
on ... and fear [phobos] effecting the proper purgation [catharsis] of these
emotions” (c. ... The audience and readers of Macbeth usually pity the tragic
central figure of ...
According to Aristotle (who speculates on the matter in his Poetics), ancient
comedy .... A true tragedy should evoke pity and fear on the part of the audience.
... effects "the catharsis of these emotions"--in effect arrousing pity and fear only to
Jan 12, 2013 ... In other definitions it also says that the audience also experiences this, but I ...
through pity and fear effecting the proper catharsis of these emotions. ... So
Aristotle is presumably claiming that tragedy arouses pity and fear in order to ... If
you got angry at the villain during a play, then perhaps you won't...
“A tragedy, then, is the imitation of an action that is serious and also, as having ...
pity and fear, wherewith to accomplish its catharsis of such emotions. .....
According to Professors Bywater and Else's theories, the audience feel pity for B
and ... to a particular accident (Grube: xxi), while others argue that when Aristotle
According to Aristotle, tragedies had certain recognizable sections which most of
our ... The parodos brings the chorus into the orchestra to become an audience
and .... on stage; in this way tragedy relieves them of harmful emotions, leaving
them ... arouse pity and fear for the protagonist, then during the course of the