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The tragedy of medea
The Tragedy of Medea
The play Medea by Eurypides is looked upon as a tragedy even though in the end, the main character of the story succeeds in what she had set upon to accomplish. Even so, this play still fits the Aristotelian definition of a tragedy. Aristotle wrote that for a play to be a tragedy, it must have several characteristics. First, it must show life as being better than it is in reality. Tragedies are also imitations of events in which an action is taken that results in an unhappy ending. These type of stories also cause the audience to feel sadly about the events that have…
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