Through the studies and the exploration of the genre of tragedy through a variety of texts and literary theories, we have been able to identify and congregate different elements of the genre that has been unified and employed in different texts by different authors and writers in order to allow the audience to feel catharsis. […]

“The best tragedies are conflicts between a hero and his destiny.” King Lear, written by William Shakespeare shows a prime example of the ideal Aristotelian tragedy in which displays a society suffering in grim circumstances. Aristotle, a greek philosopher and scientist is considered one of the greatest thinkers around the subjects of politics, ethics, psychology, […]

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