John proctor as a tragic hero using aristotles 6 principles
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Hamartia: The flaw that causes the downfall
John proctor has too much pride
John proctor as a tragic hero using Aristotle's 6 principles
He doesn't want his son to get baptized because he doesn't like the Reverend
Hubris: Extreme pride
John proctor's wife finds out what's really going on and she gets arrested
Anagnorisis: When the hero makes a critical discovery
Mary Worn turns on john proctor and claims that he is the devil's man
Peripeteia: Reversal of fortune
Nemesis: Fate that cannot be reversed
When he refuses to give his name
Catharsis: Tone (pity or Fear) the audience is left with after the hero's fall
He gets hung
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