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What did tragedy mean to the Greeks to the Elizabethans? And what does Modern Tragedy often show?




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Asked by Ndgirl, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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John Adney

John Adney

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Answered Oct 03, 2017

The tragedy is the representation of the Greek religion, for the Elizabethans is the representation of life and for the modern is something we thought was not horrible perosi was horrible

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Answered Oct 03, 2017

The tragedy is the representation of the Greek religion, for the Elizabethans is the representation of life and for the modern is something we thought was not horrible perosi was horrible

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John Smith

John Smith

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Answered Oct 11, 2016

Greeks- the destruction of some noble person through fate Elizabethans- death and destruction of some noble person through a flaw in his character Modern- tragedy of the weak and mean
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