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The Tragic Hero

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Jake Harrell

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of The Tragic Hero

The Tragic Hero Generalized patterns that occur in literature Archetypes A literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a fatal flaw that, combined with fate and external forces, brings on a tragedy. If Jack didn't become a tragic hero I think that he would be hunted down by Davy Jones until he was killed. In this movie the main character Jack Sparrow is killed. He is condemned to death by Elizabeth Swann by being chained to the mast because she blamed him for abandoning them while they were fighting the kraken. Jack's tragic flaw was that he was a coward when it came to fights. In this movie BruceWayne/Batman
take the fall for the murder of Harvey Dent/Two Face. Instead of making Harvey look like the Villain, Batman makes himself look like it instead of making himself look like the hero saying that Gotham needs a hero. His tragic flaw was the error of judgement and not thinking the Joker would try to make Harvey a villain. If Batman didn't become a tragic hero and take the blame for Harvey's actions I think he would either tell someone that he did those things or he wouldn't tell anyone and live with the regret of not doing it In the beginning of this movie we find that Bruce Wayne/Batman has been a hermit in Wayne Manor for the past eight years because of the events in The Dark Knight. When Bane comes to Gotham Batman tries to fight him but ends up with a broken back and is left in a prison in a pit where Bane spent a portion of his life. Batman's tragic flaw was his arrogance because he kept on ignoring Alfred's warnings and thought he could beat him. Batman was out of shape and physically weaker compared to Bane and he still tried to fight him which led to his demise. If Batman hadn't have become a tragic hero and lost to Bane the first time I think he would have eventually lost to him because of his pride and arrogance as Batman
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