Tragic Hero

Tragic Hero
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  • Tragic Hero
  • Hamartia
  • You can't make me not see him.
  • Hubris
  • Please make my life perfect!
  • Who is the tragic hero and what makes him the tragic hero?
  • Peripeteia
  • What is his hamartia (tragic flaw)?
  • Anagnorisis
  • How does the tragic hero show hubris (excessive)?
  • Catharsis
  • Where does the peripeteia (reversal of fortune) occur? At what point do things turn upside down for the tragic hero?
  • When does the tragic hero experience an anagnorisis (a moment of self-discovery)? Here he must recognize the significance of his actions, and desire to mkae his mistakes right. He also has to reach a place of peace and acceptance of whats gone wrong.
  • They have forgotten about me! I need to fix this! I take it all back!
  • Aristotle believed that at the end of a performance, the audience should be emotionally moved, feeling fear or pity. At what point does this occur and how?
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