Several times a year, a wealthy oil barron, P.T. MacLean, and his family get together to celebrate their profits. One year, because of the damage the family's company does to the environment, one of the daughters in the family refused to join these celebrations. As a consequence, P.T. decides to cut her out of the family fortune. What is P.T.'s punishment called? A. Anagnorisis B. Catharsis C. Hubris D. Nemesis
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I'm confused by this general question why is P.T. being punished if he's not the one being cut out of the will
no no no, its asking what is the punishment CALLED that P.T. is giving his daughter A,B,C or D
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yea haah thats how ifelt when ifirst looked at the question then ihad to read it again:)
thahts okay thnks for helping on the other two tho
None of the choices make much sense. What P.T. does to punish his child is best described as nemesis, or revenge. Hubris is pride, catharsis is emotional release, and anagnorisis generally refers to self-discovery.