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The audience sees Count Von Braun hanging onto a window ledge--he has been pushed out of the castle by his brother, a man driven to remove the count from the family because of the count's lies and deception to hang onto his power at any cost. As the count's fingers slip from the stone ledge, he realizes that his own lies have caused his downfall, and he starts to cry with agony. What is the count's realization called? A. Anagnorisis B. Hamartia C. Hubris D. Nemesis

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A. Anagnorisis
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Because its against the code of conduct.
helpping "students" is the main goal of this site .
i mean what i am trying to say is that just don't straight out say the answer. help them understand the question and let then conclude which answer is correct.
"Don't provide someone with just the answer - explain the process, and help guide them through understanding the problem".

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