Aristotle Principles of Tragic Hero

Aristotle Principles of Tragic Hero

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By: Ricki Davenport

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  • John Proctor: Is a hard working farmer, he is respected by others. But he is ashamed because he had an affair with Abigial.
  • I know I have done wrong, but no one can know about this.
  • Hamartia: The flaw that causes the downfall
  • Hubris: Extreme Pride
  • It keeps him from calling out someone else's wrong.
  • John learns that the girls are dangerous and Abigail is ratting out his wife.
  • I knew you girls were lying! STAY AWAY!
  • Anagnorisis: When the hero makes a critical discovery
  • John doesn't care about anything, peoples' lives are on the line and plus john is a cheater.
  • Peripeteia: Reversal of fortune
  • Nemesis: Fate that cannot be reversed
  • I shall at least be able to keep my name!
  • Catharsis: Tone the audience is left with after the hero's fall
  • John dies along with two other women. If you die make sure if it for a good reason
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