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Aristotle shared his view of what makes a tragic hero in his ... This means the hero still must be - to some degree ...

Tragic hero as defined by Aristotle

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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 ...

Aristotle's Tragic Terms - Ohio University

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Definition: Tragedy depicts the downfall of a noble hero or heroine, usually through ... Aristotle says that the tragic hero should have a flaw and/or make some ...

Oedipus As The Ideal Tragic Hero

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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 ...

What characteristic does a tragic hero always have? | eNotes

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In that treatise, Aristotle defines the tragic hero as being someone who participates in a relatively concise narrative (a drama as opposed to an epic) and who ...

Tragic hero | Define Tragic hero at Dictionary.com

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Tragic hero definition, a great or virtuous character in a dramatic tragedy who is destined for downfall, suffering, or defeat: Oedipus, the classic tragic hero.

The Tragic Hero - Literary Theory and Criticism - Google Sites

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1.3.2 Aristotle's Objection to the Theory of Mimesis ... 1.4.1 The Definition of Tragedy ... The ideal tragic hero, according to Aristotle, should be, in the first place, ...

Tragic Hero - CSUS

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TRAGIC HERO CLASSICAL DEFINITION. A tragic hero is a person of noble birth with heroic or potentially heroic qualities. This person is fated by the Gods or by ...

Tragic Hero Examples | What is a Tragic Hero | Storyboards

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What is a tragic hero? With Aristotle's principles, bring the tragic hero to life! Activities include tragic hero examples using characteristics of a tragic hero.

Aristotle - VCCS Litonline

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Aristotle's ideas about tragedy were recorded in his book of literary theory titled Poetics. ... The tragic hero is a character of noble stature and has greatness. ... Often the character's hamartia involves hubris (which is defined as a sort of arrogant ...

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Tragic Hero - Examples and Definition of Tragic Hero

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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 ...

The Aristotelian Concept of the Tragic Hero - JStor

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of the tragic hero in the Poetics of Aristotle presents a problem. Three passages in ... trace of inconsistency, and no need for a more careful definition of terms.

Tragic Hero: Definition, Characteristics & Examples - Video ...

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Aug 12, 2015 ... Consistency: The last, but perhaps most important characteristic of the tragic hero that Aristotle describes is his consistency. What he means by ...