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9 terms
Tragedy
tragic hero
tragic flaw
protagonist
antagonist
The main character who starts off good, but becomes evil
The weakness or sin that the tragic hero suffers from
The name given to the main character
The name given to the villain
tragic hero
The main character who starts off good, but becomes evil
tragic flaw
The weakness or sin that the tragic hero suffers from
20 terms
tragedy
monastery
Prohibited
Option
elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
forbidden by law
a thing that is or may be chosen
run away secretly with the intention of getting married
monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Prohibited
forbidden by law
9 terms
La tragédie
sage
serpent
bruit
bras
snäll
orm
ljud
arm
sage
snäll
serpent
orm
17 terms
Greek Tragedy
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
Catastrophe
A drama that shows the downfall of a noble character
A person in high rank and faces their downfall with dignity
The error or weakness that aids in the downfall of the hero a…
Disastrous conclusion with deaths or the hero suffering from…
Tragedy
A drama that shows the downfall of a noble character
Tragic Hero
A person in high rank and faces their downfall with dignity
28 terms
Greek Tragedy
Chorus Characteristics
Chorus Function
Antistrophe
Strophe
Wore robes and masks with a mouthpiece to project voice, 15 m…
Voice of reason in the play, plot reflection, asked or answer…
left to right
right to left
Chorus Characteristics
Wore robes and masks with a mouthpiece to project voice, 15 m…
Chorus Function
Voice of reason in the play, plot reflection, asked or answer…
20 terms
Greyhound Tragedy
weep
corpse
Depression
compassionate
cry
dead body
economic crisis
caring
weep
cry
corpse
dead body
20 terms
SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY
comedy
tragedy
monarch
histories
a dramatic work with a happy ending
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
A government ruled by a king or queen
several play Shakespeare wrote about England's earlier monarchs
comedy
a dramatic work with a happy ending
tragedy
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
9 terms
Tragedy metalanguage
Tragedy
Tragic hero
Hamartia
Catharsis
A dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
A protagonist with a fatal flaw which eventually leads to his…
Tragic flaw which causes a character's downfall
Emotional release
Tragedy
A dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
Tragic hero
A protagonist with a fatal flaw which eventually leads to his…
20 terms
The Tragedy of Macbeth
Minion
Noble
Prophetic
Earnest
n. a servile or fawning dependent
adj. having high or elevated character
adj. foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention
n. something of value given to bind a contract
Minion
n. a servile or fawning dependent
Noble
adj. having high or elevated character
20 terms
The Musick Tragedy
Long Hunter
Great Valley
Shawnee
Cherokee
Someone in frontier times that would travel for months into f…
Geologically created valley that transcends through the Appal…
Band of Indians that occupied Ohio and parts of Kentucky duri…
Band of Indians that formed a nation in the mountains of Tenn…
Long Hunter
Someone in frontier times that would travel for months into f…
Great Valley
Geologically created valley that transcends through the Appal…
11 terms
Tragedy of a Heroine
indomitable
annihilation
reconciliation
premonition
unconquerable, cannot be dominated, or beaten
complete destruction
a making up or reparation (repair) of relationship
feeling that something bad may happen
indomitable
unconquerable, cannot be dominated, or beaten
annihilation
complete destruction
12 terms
Greek Tragedy
anagnorisis
catastrophe
catharsis
hamartia
recognition of error, a change ignorance to knowledge
sudden sweeping change from good fortune to bad
purging of the pity and fear aroused by a tragic hero
"error" or "failing" in judgement that causes a hero to bring…
anagnorisis
recognition of error, a change ignorance to knowledge
catastrophe
sudden sweeping change from good fortune to bad
Greek Tragedy
Sophocles accomplishments
Sophocles Theban Tragedies
Chorus Characteristics
Chorus Function
wrote 121 tragedies, painted sets, started at the beginning a…
40 years, King Oedipus of Thebes, started with Antigone
Wore robes and masks with a mouthpiece to project voice, 15 m…
Voice of reason in the play, plot reflection, asked or answer…
Sophocles accomplishments
wrote 121 tragedies, painted sets, started at the beginning a…
Sophocles Theban Tragedies
40 years, King Oedipus of Thebes, started with Antigone
10 terms
Vocabulary of tragedy
Seal
Wound
Illusions
Pride
A permanent mark which is imprinted on the soul of the Sacram…
trauma
errors of perception, memory, or judgment in which subjective…
Believing you are better than others
Seal
A permanent mark which is imprinted on the soul of the Sacram…
Wound
trauma
20 terms
Greek Tragedy
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
Catastrophe
A drama that shows the downfall of a noble character
A person in high rank and faces their downfall with dignity
The error or weakness that aids in the downfall of the hero a…
Disastrous conclusion with deaths or the hero suffering from…
Tragedy
A drama that shows the downfall of a noble character
Tragic Hero
A person in high rank and faces their downfall with dignity
9 terms
Greek Tragedy
Tragedy
Origins: Festival of Dionysus
Thespis of Icaria- father of drama
Aeschylus- Golden age of Greece
a character's human frailty or weakness prevents him/her from…
a. late march ... b. 3 tragedies, 1 satyr play... c. poet- wrote th…
-Added an actor... -Dithyramb- choralode sung to Dionysus
-Added a second actor to dithyramb... -Focused on plot
Tragedy
a character's human frailty or weakness prevents him/her from…
Origins: Festival of Dionysus
a. late march ... b. 3 tragedies, 1 satyr play... c. poet- wrote th…
12 terms
Greek Tragedy
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
Chorus
A form of drama that shows the downfall of a dignified, super…
Center of tragedy; high rank and accepts downfall
An error in judgment that ruins the tragic hero; they realize…
Masked actors serving as the moral compass in the tragedy
Tragedy
A form of drama that shows the downfall of a dignified, super…
Tragic Hero
Center of tragedy; high rank and accepts downfall
24 terms
Classical Tragedy
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Enlightenment
Romantic Period
477-1484
1485-1648
1649-1797
1797-1836
Middle Ages
477-1484
Renaissance
1485-1648
14 terms
Greek Tragedy
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
What is Aristotle's perspective on the…
Catharsis
A series of causally-related events in the life of a person o…
A person of substance, stature, and achievement.
To arouse pity and terror and through these experience cathar…
The process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from,…
Tragedy
A series of causally-related events in the life of a person o…
Tragic Hero
A person of substance, stature, and achievement.
14 terms
Theater and Tragedy
aside
blank verse
chorus (in tragedy - see Greek tragedy)
comic relief (define and explain the f…
a dramatic device in which an actor turns away from the other…
UNRHYMED IAMBIC PENTAMETER. Much of Shakespeare's tragedies (…
Comes from Greek Tragedy, gives the prologue or epilogue, war…
a COMIC SCENE, usually occurring right BEFORE THE CLIMAX of a…
aside
a dramatic device in which an actor turns away from the other…
blank verse
UNRHYMED IAMBIC PENTAMETER. Much of Shakespeare's tragedies (…
20 terms
Elements of Tragedy
Anagnorisis
Antagonist
Archetype
Bard
the moment when the protagonists discovers something that lea…
villan ... character pitted against the protagonist
model from which something is developed or made
to denote early Celtic poets who composed poems glorifying wa…
Anagnorisis
the moment when the protagonists discovers something that lea…
Antagonist
villan ... character pitted against the protagonist
20 terms
Tragedy of the Commons
Externalities
The Tragedy of the Commons
What can prevent the Tradgedy of the C…
Maximum sustainable yield
a cost or benefit of a good or service that is not included i…
The tendency of a shared, limited resource to become depleted…
-private ownership... -regulation, ex: limits at yellowstone nat…
-Pervention of the Tragedy of the Commons... -The maximum amount…
Externalities
a cost or benefit of a good or service that is not included i…
The Tragedy of the Commons
The tendency of a shared, limited resource to become depleted…
Greek Tragedy Vocabulary
auditorium
orchestra
skene
chorus
where the audience sat
the stage
area for changing costumes and housing the scenery
a group of dancers and singers
auditorium
where the audience sat
orchestra
the stage
25 terms
Greek Tragedy Vocabulary
tragos
thespian
tetralogy
trilogy
goat song
actor
four plays
3 plays related in myth, theme, character
tragos
goat song
thespian
actor
5 terms
A Golden Tragedy
tragedy
wealth
bewildered
furiously
disaster, something very bad happens, catastrophe
having lots of money
confused, uncertain
very angrily
tragedy
disaster, something very bad happens, catastrophe
wealth
having lots of money
15 terms
Elements of Drama (Tragedy)
allusion
comic relief
double entendre
dramatic irony
a literary reference to a well-known work of art, music, hist…
in a tragedy, a break in the seriousness for a moment of come…
a word or phrase with more than one meaning, usually when the…
when the audience or reader knows something that the characte…
allusion
a literary reference to a well-known work of art, music, hist…
comic relief
in a tragedy, a break in the seriousness for a moment of come…
7 terms
An Untold Tragedy
steamboat
survived
prison camp
misery
(Robert Fulton) provided faster river transportation that con…
Lived through
a holding place for people captured either from crime or from…
a feeling of great unhappiness
steamboat
(Robert Fulton) provided faster river transportation that con…
survived
Lived through
9 terms
Golden Tragedy P
bewildered
dithered
embrace
frenzied
uncertain; confused
acted nervously
a hug
very excited and upset
bewildered
uncertain; confused
dithered
acted nervously
17 terms
Greek Tragedy and Greek Drama
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
Catastrophe
A form of drama that shows the downfall of a noble, superior…
Center of the tragedy; the person who accepts the downfall wi…
An error in judgement that ruins a tragic hero.
A disastrous conclusion involving multiple deaths.
Tragedy
A form of drama that shows the downfall of a noble, superior…
Tragic Hero
Center of the tragedy; the person who accepts the downfall wi…
14 terms
The Revengers Tragedy Act 1
When life and beauty naturally fill'd…
For indeed a bastard by nature should…
I love thy mischief well,
The curse i' th' womb, the thief of na…
the ragged imperfections
because he is the son of a cuckold maker
but I hate thee
the seventh commandment, half-damn'd in the conception
When life and beauty naturally fill'd…
the ragged imperfections
For indeed a bastard by nature should…
because he is the son of a cuckold maker
14 terms
Characteristics of Shakespearean Tragedy/Language
tragedy
tragic hero
archetype
dramatic irony
a story with a hero whose actions lead to the disaster and de…
a person of high rank who has a tragic flaw
a character who is very familiar and who we see over and over…
when the audience or reader knows what is going to happen to…
tragedy
a story with a hero whose actions lead to the disaster and de…
tragic hero
a person of high rank who has a tragic flaw
10 terms
Tragedy cards MCP
Tragedy / He killed his father and mar…
Tragedy / Hangs herself when she finds…
Tragedy / Takes out his eyes he didn't…
Tragedy / They kill each other on the…
Tragedy / Oedipus
Tragedy / Jocaste
Tragedy / Oedipus
Tragedy / Polyneices and Eteocles
Tragedy / He killed his father and mar…
Tragedy / Oedipus
Tragedy / Hangs herself when she finds…
Tragedy / Jocaste
8 terms
The Revengers Tragedy Act 2
But there's a cold curse laid upon mai…
Virginity is paradise lock'd up. You c…
We are so weak their words
The world descends into such base born…
whilst others clip the sun, they clasp the shades!
And 'twas decreed that man should keep the key!
can overthrow us
That forty angels can make fourscore devils
But there's a cold curse laid upon mai…
whilst others clip the sun, they clasp the shades!
Virginity is paradise lock'd up. You c…
And 'twas decreed that man should keep the key!
14 terms
The Revengers Tragedy Act 3
My fault was sweet sport, which the wo…
Faiths are bought and sold;
but the violence of
A pretty, hanging lip that has forgot…
I die for that which every woman loves
oaths in these days are but the skin of gold
my joy forgot it
methinks this mouth should make a swearer tremble
My fault was sweet sport, which the wo…
I die for that which every woman loves
Faiths are bought and sold;
oaths in these days are but the skin of gold
19 terms
Greek Tragedy and Drama Terms
Greek Chorus
Parodos
Ode
Strophe
A masked group that sang and danced in a tragedy. The chorus…
The entrance song of the chorus.
A dignified Greek three-part song sung by the chorus. It incl…
The first of three parts of the verse ode, sung by the chorus…
Greek Chorus
A masked group that sang and danced in a tragedy. The chorus…
Parodos
The entrance song of the chorus.
9 terms
A Tragedy Revealed Vocabulary
indomitable
annihilation
refuge
reconciliations
unbeatable
complete destruction
a place of safety
to make up after an arguments
indomitable
unbeatable
annihilation
complete destruction
25 terms
Gorilla shooting tragedy
tranquilizer
a tough choice
disputable
a moat
Depressant drugs that reduce anxiety and induce relaxation (ś…
something difficult to decide
controversial, debatable
a deep, wide ditch, often filled with water
tranquilizer
Depressant drugs that reduce anxiety and induce relaxation (ś…
a tough choice
something difficult to decide
43 terms
Antigone / Greek Tragedy Terms
** Tragedy
** Tragic Hero
** Hamartia
** Hubris
**a series of unfortunate events by which one or more of the…
**A character, usually of high birth, neither totally good, n…
**A tragic flaw, weakness of character or error in judgment,…
**Arrogance or overreaching pride which causes the hero's tra…
** Tragedy
**a series of unfortunate events by which one or more of the…
** Tragic Hero
**A character, usually of high birth, neither totally good, n…
13 terms
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Marc Antony
Julius Caesar
Cassius
Brutus
a friend of Caesar's
a Roman general and senator
a Roman general
a noble Roman
Marc Antony
a friend of Caesar's
Julius Caesar
a Roman general and senator
32 terms
The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Macbeth facts
themes
King James of Macbeth
tragedy
-based on Scottish general Macbeth's account found in Holinsh…
-ambition, guilt, gender identity, madness... -written to impres…
-Shakespeare based on real historical figures (King Macbeth,…
drama in which a series of actions leads to the downfall of t…
Macbeth facts
-based on Scottish general Macbeth's account found in Holinsh…
themes
-ambition, guilt, gender identity, madness... -written to impres…
Greek Tragedy and Medieval Romance
Romance
When did it begin?
Romance Hero
Characters in Medieval Romances
and adventure tale that features extravagant characters, exot…
They first appeared in Old French literature of the 12th cent…
the romance hero is a knight of superhuman strength, intellig…
knights, queens, maidens, lovers, dragons, witches
Romance
and adventure tale that features extravagant characters, exot…
When did it begin?
They first appeared in Old French literature of the 12th cent…
9 terms
CNNS_Tragedy at Sea
rescue ship
migrants
capsize
frigid
구조선
이주자
뒤집히다
몹시 찬
rescue ship
구조선
migrants
이주자
20 terms
Tragedy At Borley Rectory
monastery
prohibited
option
elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Not allowed
something that may be or is chosen; choice; alternative
run away secretly with the intention of getting married
monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
prohibited
Not allowed
6 terms
Tragedy at Borley rectory
Monastery
Prohibited
Option
Elope
A community in which monks lead lives devoted to religion.
not allowed
choice
to get married, especially without parental consent
Monastery
A community in which monks lead lives devoted to religion.
Prohibited
not allowed
18 terms
English Classical Tragedy Terms
Aristotle's 6 Parts
Prologue
Parados
Episodes
He divided his analysis of tragedy into six parts:... plot-makin…
Opening scene of exposition (first part of Greek tragedy's dr…
Entrance ode by the Chorus (second part of Greek tragedy's dr…
Dramatic scenes performed by the actors (third part of Greek…
Aristotle's 6 Parts
He divided his analysis of tragedy into six parts:... plot-makin…
Prologue
Opening scene of exposition (first part of Greek tragedy's dr…
21 terms
tragedy at borley rectory
Monastery
prohibited
option
elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Not allowed
a choice
run away secretly with the intention of getting married
Monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
prohibited
Not allowed
19 terms
Tragedy at Rectory
Monastery
Prohibited
Option
Elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Not allowed
a choice
run away secretly with the intention of getting married
Monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Prohibited
Not allowed
19 terms
Tragedy at borley rectory
Monastery
Prohibited
Option
Elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Not allowed.
a choice.
run away secretly with the intention of getting married.
Monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Prohibited
Not allowed.
20 terms
Tragedy at borley rectory
Monastery
Prohibited
option
elope
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Not allowed
a choice
run away secretly with the intention of getting married
Monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Prohibited
Not allowed
20 terms
Tragedy At Borley Rectory
monastery
prohibited
option
elope
a building ocupied by a group of monks under the religious vow
not allow anybody
choices to do thing
escape away from the marriage without the consent of parent
monastery
a building ocupied by a group of monks under the religious vow
prohibited
not allow anybody
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