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dylan brock

on 15 September 2014

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Ray Rice's History
Ray rice was an outstanding running back for the NFL and was in the league for 4 years and was voted to go to the pro-bowl 3 of those years.

6,180 rushing yards
4.3 average yards per run
37 career touchdowns
369 receptions as a raven
Statement #1
1. The tragic hero is a character of noble stature and has greatness. The character must occupy a "high" status position but must ALSO embody nobility and virtue as part of his/her innate character.

Statement #5
5. The fall is not pure loss. There is some increase in awareness, some gain in self-knowledge, some discovery on the part of the tragic hero.

Ray Rice Lesson
The fall of the hero is not pure loss because it sets an example that theirs many consequences that come when you abuse a women or anyone else.
Statement #3
3. The hero's downfall, therefore, is partially her/his own fault, the result of free choice, not of accident or villainy or some overriding, malignant fate. In fact, the tragedy is usually triggered by some error of judgment or some character flaw that contributes to the hero's lack of perfection noted above. This error of judgment or character flaw is known as a "tragic flaw."

Ray Rice and his Wife
A video released this week shows Ray Rice punching and knocking out his now wife in a elevator at a casino this year. He is now getting severely punished for his bad mistake that could cost him everything he has.
Statement #4
4. The hero's misfortunate is not wholly deserved. The punishment exceeds the crime.

Ray Rice's Downfall
By:Dylan Brock
works cited

Ray Rice's Punishments
Ray Rice was suspended two games in the preseason for slapping his wife outside the elevator. when the video was realeased of him knocking her out he was cut from the team and lost his contract for $40 million and shortly after was banned indefinently from the NFL.

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