King Lear

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Moments of catharsis
ALBANY: Speak what we feel, not what we ought to say. ALSO Gloucester's 'jump' - reborn
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Who said what about catharsis
Aristotle- aim of tragedy is to bring about a catharsis of the spectators. Pity and fear and then purge them of these emotions.
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Earliest definition of a tragedy
'The Monk's Tale' He who once stood in great prosperity, fell from high degree into mysery.
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A painting showing the tragedy
James Barry- Lear weeps over the dead body of Cordellia
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Hamartia
A tra
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Aristotle- aim of tragedy is to bring about a catharsis of the spectators. Pity and fear and then purge them of these emotions.

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Who said what about catharsis

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'The Monk's Tale' He who once stood in great prosperity, fell from high degree into mysery.

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James Barry- Lear weeps over the dead body of Cordellia

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A tra

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