classics31 - 2) Deed done in ignorance 3) Deed done in full...

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Socrates = idealistic, no wise man suffers, suffering is ignorance Aristotle = practical, external circumstances do affect our happiness - Great, grand categorizer - Middle of the road Reversal and recognition = fear and pity Plot line goes from ignorance to knowledge = recognition, = love or hate, good or bad fortune. -- Fear/pity = intersection of reversal and recognition Suffering/happiness turns into happiness/sadness = reversal Ignorance to knowledge, = recognition X pattern -- Most effective plots: tragic 1) Deed about to be done in ignorance, but isn’t due to recognition
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Deed done in ignorance 3) Deed done in full knowledge 4) Deed about to be done in full knowledge, but isnt Least tragic--Recognition, natural = physical scars, baby toys Manufactured = I am blah oh!! Memory = Ive seen this before Reasoning = (best) = if the prince is gone, and this man is a prince, he must be the missing prince--Tokens, scars, baby items, locks of hair Character remembers key event reaction noticed by others Characters reasons out the facts--...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course CLAS 10200 taught by Professor Mazurek,tadeusz during the Spring '08 term at Notre Dame.

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