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Aristotle shared his view of what makes a tragic hero in his ... He establishes the concept that the emotion of pity ...

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Tragic hero as defined by Aristotle. A tragic hero is a literary character who makes a judgment error that inevitably leads to his/her own destruction. In reading ...

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Aristotle defines a tragic hero as “a person who must evoke a sense of pity and fear in the audience. He is considered a man of misfortune that comes to him ...

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ARISTOTLE & THE ELEMENTS OF TRAGEDY: English 250 ... Definition: Tragedy depicts the downfall of a noble hero or heroine, usually through some ...

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TRAGIC HERO. Because of a rather puzzling use of certain terms the concept of the tragic hero in the Poetics of Aristotle presents a problem. Three passages in ...

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Following Aristotle, the audience must respect the tragic hero as a "larger and ... Aristotle developed his ideas, Oedipus fits Aristotle's definition with startling ...

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Aristotle has relatively less to say about the tragic hero because the incidents ... characters on the basis of these premises, then defines the ideal protagonist as.

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Aristotle's Definition of Tragedy. ... “Magnitude” here means great importance. ... The audience should also feel afraid for the hero as he moves toward a ...

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The function of a tragedy is to arouse the emotions of pity and fear and Aristotle deduces the qualities of his hero from this function. He should be good, but not ...