Nature of Tragedy - Quiz
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Which feelings, according to Aristotle, should a perfect tragedy inspire? *
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According to Aristotle which are the two primary elements of Tragedy? A) Plot, B) Character, C) Diction, D) Thought, E) Spectacle (scenic design), F) Song, G) Moral. *
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What does 'Catharsis' mean? *
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Which of the following is Aristotle's definition of a tragic hero? *
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Which of the following is the earliest Greek tragedy that survived? *
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Which ancient Greek writer wrote all of the texts in the last question? *
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In which plays can you find Tiresias, the blind prophet? *
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What is the function of the chorus? *
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What is the tragic flaw that leads to the downfall of the hero known as? *
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What is Hubris? *
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