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A Middle Class Person Can Be a Tragic Hero
A middle class person can be a tragic hero. A tragic hero typically is defined as a great man, who falls from prominence to worthlessness, and eventually dies. The tragic hero's death is supposed to affect the entire population, and the audience members are supposed to feel sympathy for the tragic hero since they believe a similar fate could happen to them. Early playwrights said that a middle class person could not be a tragic hero. They believed that the middle class had no dignity, and that a bourgeois hero's death could not affect an entire populace. However, in later works, middl…
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