Hubris Jenae Robinson

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In Greek tragedies there was always one character that had what they called a “tragic flaw” that lead to their downfall. Usually this downfall, as Aristotle later identified as hubris, started off with the character living a prosperous life and as the play progresses, said character loses everything.

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HubrisJenae RobinsonLuomaEnglish 1BSeptember 5, 2012HubrisIn Greek tragedies there was always one character that had what they called a "tragic flaw" that lead to their downfall. Usually this downfall, as Aristotle later identified as hubris, started off with the character living a prosperous

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