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(Hamlet) Aristotle on Tragedy

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Grace Manalili

on 13 December 2013

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Transcript of (Hamlet) Aristotle on Tragedy

TRAGEDY
Grace Manalili
Ethel Closa
Darrell Relleve
ELIZABETHAN ERA
ARISTOTLE
HAMLET
MODERN ERA
Plato
Tragedy
Mimesis
(Imitation)
Pity and Fear
Catharsis
Dramatic
Performance
Language
Tragic Hero
Great Man
Hamartia
(Mistake)
Dramatic
Irony
Peripeteia
(Reversal of
Fortune)
Anagnorisis
(Recognition)
Tragedy?
Aristotle
Similarities
Differences
Group of people
Revenge Tragedy
Secret
Murder
Ghost
Plotting
Madness
Guideline
Internal
Nobility
Peripeteia
(Reversal of
Fortune)
Hamartia
(Tragic Flaw)
Pity and Fear
Subplots
Mixed
Tragic Hero?
Differences
External
Misinterpretation
Mimesis
(Imitation)
Pity and Fear
Catharsis
Significant Issue
Suicide
Madness
Laertes and
Claudius
Swordfight
Great Man
Nobility
Hamartia
(Flaw)
Overthinking
Indecisive
Peripeteia
(Reversal of
Fortune)
Chapel
Chapel
Anagnorisis
(Recognition)
Play

Fortinbras
Conclusion
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