Willy Lowman, A Tragic Hero in "Death Of A Salesman"?
A "tragic hero," according to Aristotle, must evoke emotions from the audience, must recognize his faults at the end of the novel, and must be large enough to be appropriate for tragedy. Northrop Frye refers to these requirements when he says, "Tragic heroes are so much the highest points in their human landscape that they seem the inevitable conductors of the power about them, great trees more likely to be struck by lightning than a clump of grass. Conductors may of course be instruments as well as victims of the divine lightening." He understands that a tragic hero, like Willy Loman in D…
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