Notes 9-13-07

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Unformatted text preview: Notes 9/13/07 16/10/2007 16:27:00 Zielinskis Law sequencing of actions Warrior ethics/code Hamartiaarchetyple tragedy (the Iliad)arouse pity and fear error of judgement or character tragic flaw/error AristotleIliad is prototype of tragedyhector/Achilles ] patroclus Ate leading you into ruin and the consequence do not meet tragic modle cannot be virtous man who turns bad does not arouse pity or fear bad man getting prosperity downfall of utter villain pity is aroused by unmerited fortune o fear by the misfortune of a man like ourselves had to be sort of a normal guy, pretty virtuous, nobel, but NOT perfect. Needs to have one weakness that he falls prey to and it brings about his downfall [tragic flaw] wrath/pride Achilles too much priderefuses to compromise [gifts offered by...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CLAS 024 taught by Professor Franklin during the Spring '08 term at Vermont.

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