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"King Oedipus" and "Things Fall Apart": Talks about how these tragidies are similar in structure in how both demonstrate their belief in heroes who posses a tragic flaw.
Many ancient societies have a record of tragic tales that observe problems of human life and the nature of the gods. For instance, both Greek and Nigerian tragic tales of King Oedipus and Things Fall Apart prove to be similar in structure. Both civilizations demonstrate their belief in tragic heroes who posses a tragic flaw as well as a belief in the ultimate powers of their gods. In Greek tragedies, the audience was often familiar with the storyline, so the authors had to incorporate tragic traits of heroes and climactic plot structure for the audience to be in suspense. The structure…
- "King Oedipus" and "Things Fall Apart": Talks about how these tragidies are similar in structure in how both demonstrate their belief in heroes who posses a tragic flaw.
- "Things fall Apart" Short paper on the book by Chinua Achebe
- Seven page final paper analyzing and connecting Things Fall Apart, The Stranger, and Beloved together by use of theme, characterization, setting, conflict, and point of view.
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