Hamlet Tragism

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Hamlet Tragism

Also, Aristotle's famous theory of the "tragic flaw," that is, that
the reason the hero of a tragedy suffers a bad change in fortune is because he
or she has some character "flaw," is not very helpful in understanding
most Greek tragedies Also, Aristotle's famous theory of the "tragic
flaw," that is, that the reason the hero of a tragedy suffers a bad change
in fortune is because he or she has some character "flaw," is not very
helpful in understanding most Greek tragediesAlso, Aristotle's famous theory of
the "tragic flaw," that is, that the reason the hero of a tragedy
suffers a bad change in fortune is because he or she has some character
"flaw," is not very helpful in understanding most Greek tragediesAlso,

Aristotle's famous theory of the "tragic flaw," that is, that the
reason the hero of a tragedy suffers a bad change in fortune is because he or
she has some character "flaw," is not very helpful in understanding
most Greek tragediesAlso, Aristotle's famous theory of the "tragic
flaw," that is, that the reason the hero of a tragedy suffers a bad change
in fortune is because he or she has some character "flaw," is not very
helpful in understanding most Greek tragediesAlso, Aristotle's famous theory of
the "tragic flaw," that is, that the reason the hero of a tragedy
suffers a bad change in fortune is because he or she has some character
"flaw," is not very helpful in understanding most Greek tragediesAlso,

Aristotle's famous theory of the "tragic flaw," that is, that the
reason the hero of a tragedy suffers a bad change in fortune is because he or
she has some character "flaw," is not very helpful in understanding
most Greek tragedies.

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