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tragic hero

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erika steinger

on 28 April 2015

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tragic hero
Antigone
during reading
Tragic Hero
Is Antigone the tragic hero?
Conclusion
Do Now
Get your Springboard book, then take out your Part III homework
Copy down the EQ and the word of the day
Respond to the following prompt in your notebook.
Have you ever done something that you thought was right, but felt like your intentions were misunderstood? Explain.
Tuesday, April 28th
Tragic Hero?
Do any of the characters from "Antigone" fit the criteria for a tragic hero at this point in the story?
Who?
Why?
Use the graphic organizer on page 293 to track evidence of tragic heroes in the remainder of the text
Characteristics + Evidence (quotes)
Page 286
Flaw or error in judgment (hamartia)
Reversal of fortune brought about by error in judgment (peripeteia)
Critical discovery or realization (anagnorisis)
Fate is sealed and is greater than the hero deserves (nemesis/catharsis)
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