Knowledge is the key to immortality
|Prepared by Dr. Baburam Swami - Assistant Professor - English|
Arustotle defines tragedy as "the imitation of an action that is serious and also as having magnitude, complete in itself." ... The basic difference Aristotle draws between tragedy and other genres, such as comedy and the epic, is the "tragic pleasure of pity and fear" the audience feel watching a tragedy.
He asserts that any tragedy can be divided into six constituent parts. They are: Plot, Character, Thought, Diction, Song and Spectacle. The Plot is the most important part of a tragedy. Tragedy is a serious play or drama typically dealing with the problems of a central character, leading to an unhappy or disastrous ending brought on, as in ancient drama, by fate and a tragic flaw in this character, or, in modern drama, usually by moral weakness, psychological maladjustment, or social pressures.”
|Copyright © 2018 - All Rights Reserved - www.mbbcollege.in|