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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Mr.NguyenEnglish 12 2015 2014 Argumentative Essay Aristotle Principles Heroes Journey A hero goes forth to a new world that could give him new powers, mentors, and a quest. Once the quest is completed the hero receives a reward that he can share with his people in glory. For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay Harmartia-The flaw that causes the downfallHubris-Extreme PridePeripeteia-Reversal of fortuneAnagnorisis-When hero makes a critical discoveryNemesis-Fate that cannot be reversedCatharsis-Tone the audience is left with after the hero's fall Tragic Hero A tragic hero is usually a person of noble or high stature. They are not ordinary, but have outstanding quality's and greatness about them. Their own destruction is for a greater cause or principle. Common characteristics of a tragic hero.Usually of noble birth.Has a tragic flaw that eventually leads to his downfall (known as hamartia).Experiences a reversal of fortune brought about by the hero's tragic flaw (called peripeteia).His actions result in an increase of self-awareness and self-knowledge.The audience must feel pity and fear for this character . Citations For Works Cited
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