Catharsis Tragic Hero

Atjaunināts: 2/26/2019
Catharsis Tragic Hero
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Traģiskais Varonis

Ar Rebecca Ray

Tas mūs fascinē, lai noskatītos cilvēku neveiksmi. Varbūt tas padara traģisku varoni tik pievilcīgu un relatable. Traģiskie varoņi ir redzami televīzijā, filmā un literatūrā. Ir svarīgi definēt šo arhetipu un saprast, kā tie ietekmē zemes gabalu. Izmantojot storyboards, studenti rada jautru un interaktīvu veidu, kā internalizēt koncepciju, un veidot sistēmu traģisko varoņu atklāšanai visā literatūrā.


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Montāžas Apraksts

Catharsis Tragic Hero examples Storyboard - 3 panel explanation of catharsis | Teaching the Tragic Hero Archetype

Montāžas Teksta

  • Behold, mortal: punishment for your pride!
  • NOOOOO!
  • How sad, he wasn't a bad person. What a terrible fate!
  • If that could happen to a person like him, it could happen to me, too!
  • That was a great play, the end was very moving!
  • That's the sign of a good tragedy!
  • Yeah, it was intense, but I'm glad I saw it. Really makes you think.
  • At the end of a classic tragedy, the hero has struggled in vain against supernatural powers, like fate or the gods. A mistake or flaw causes the hero to fail and suffer a terrible fate.
  • The audience is left with a feeling of pity for the tragic hero, and fear that the same fate could befall them personally.
  • Aristotle believed feeling this pity and fear helped to “emotionally cleanse” the audience, by letting them experience these intense emotions in a safe manner.