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The elements of a tragedy by Aristotle.
Aristotle says tragedy must obtain 6 elements and the play must have unity of time, place and action. Those elements are plot, character, diction, thought, spectacle, and song. The character in the elements should be a superhuman, above the average person. He has to have a tragic flaw and have both virtue and vice - be both virtuous and villainous. The unity in a tragedy is based on: Time- the action of the play should occur within the span of a day, Place - the action of the play should occur in one location and Action - All action should move towards the same conclusion. The spectacle in…
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