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A hero who suffers a tragic fall of some kind

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  1. anonymous
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    In a literary work, what is irony? A. An explanation of an event that took place before the story begins B. An element in a story that evokes pity or compassion for the characters C. The underlying reason a tragic hero causes a tragedy to happen D. A situation in which the outcome of events contradicts what is expected

  2. anonymous
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    please explain

  3. anonymous
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    Well the answer would be D but do you know why

  4. anonymous
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    Which is the best example of a hero's inner conflict? A. A king fights a war with a neighboring country to protect his land and wealth. B. A queen is killed by her husband, who mistakenly thinks she has been unfaithful to him. C. A knight goes on a quest for a priceless artifact, encountering many adventures along the way. D. A prince struggles to decide whether to kill the man who murdered his father.

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    D

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    What characteristic do tragic heroes share? A. They try to change the traditional structures of society. B. They are forced to struggle before ultimately finding happiness. C. Their own actions or decisions cause their downfall. D. Their families often suffer because of their mistakes.

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    I believe its C

  8. nevermind_justschool
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    Please don't forget to close the question :)

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    Macbeth is definitely a tragic hero. He has a tragic flaw, and must make choose between two undesirable alternatives, and by the end of the play, sees what he is faced with and what he must do, coming to the realization that it is all because of his own actions. Why could we consider Macbeth a tragic hero? A. He has to overcome much pain and sorrow. B. He becomes a powerful king. C. His tragic flaw helps to cause his downfall. D. He commits murder to get what he wants.

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