Aristotle's Characteristics of a Tragic Hero
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The flaw that causes the hero's downfall. Percy trusts that Hades will give him his mother back if the tells the truth. He is very trusting.
Excessive pride. When Percy wins capture the flag for his team, he is extremely proud. Excessive pride.
A reversal of fortune. When Percy goes from being a regular teenage boy to a demigod, son of Poseidon.
The moment when the hero makes a critical discovery. When Percy discovers water can heal his wounds. He later uses this th help Annabeth.
A fate that cannot be avoided. A fate that cannot be avoided is Percy finding out he is a demigod.
The feeling of pity or fear the audience experiences after the hero's fall. We feel pity and fear when Percy and his gang are going to be feed to the souls.
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