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What is another name for a character's tragic flaw? A. Irony B. Ethos C. Hamartia D. Poetics
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Jacob902
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Which of the following is the best example of a tragic hero? A. A king loses everything when his pride and ambition cause him to trust the wrong people. B. A young girl who is lost in the city takes an incredible journey as she searches for her family. C. A down-on-his-luck businessman wins the lottery and must decide what to do with the money. D. A poor orphan searches for his family and finds that they are wealthy and powerful.
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A. Because a tragic hero is noble at birth or born with potentially heroic qualities.

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What is one way in which dramatic irony is used in a piece of literature? A. By having a difference between what is expected and what actually happens B. By explaining the underlying reason a tragic hero causes a tragedy to happen C. By letting the reader or audience know something that the characters do not D. By having a character say one thing when he or she actually means the opposite

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