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<Tab/>Heroes are not always tragic heroes. Sometimes they are tragic heroes and other times they are anti-heroes. Aristotle's theory says, "the tragic hero will most effectively evoke both our pity and our terror." Aristotle's theory might work with some tragic heroes but it does not work with Hamlet in Hamlet by Shakespeare and Robert Ross in The Wars by Timothy Findley. Hamlet and Robert are not tragic heroes. Rather, they are antiheroes. Their death is the result of their own actions, sins, mistakes curiosity, anger and revenge for someone other than themselv…
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