The Tragedy of Mary
Updated: 1/24/2020
The Tragedy of Mary
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  • Tragic Hero
  • Hamartia
  • Christopher, Christopher... where art thou, Christopher? I must be going crazy.
  • Hubris
  • My child, I'm sorry but your mother and I have talked about this. You have to break up with him. It's for your own good.
  • What do you mean it's for my own good? No.. I won't and never will!
  • Mary is so in love with his boyfriend whose name is Cristopher. She is willing to sacrifice and risk it all just to be with him, even if her parents are against their relationship.
  • Peripeteia
  • I'm sorry, my love.
  • Mary's flaw is being so obsessive and clingy. She is so attached to Christopher and would get crazy if he is away from her.
  • Anagnorisis
  • Mary refuses to follow her parents. She refuses to break up with Cristopher and wouldn't let anyone break them up- if anyone tries to, she may cause a fight.
  • Catharsis
  • Mary thought everything was going well with her and Christopher. She thought they would never get separated, but then Christopher decided to leave her for an unknown mission and also for Mary's sake.
  • Mary was going mad and discovered that her parents were one of the reasons why Christopher left. They said that if he doesn't leave, they have no choice but to make his whole family suffer. She got so angry and frustrated at them and eventually decided to kill herself.
  • The night of her funeral came. Her parents and everyone who are at the funeral were so sad. Christopher was also able to get back there. Her parents and Christopher blame themselves so much, for her death could have been avoided if her parents weren't so against them and Christopher didn't leave.
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