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30 March, 12:58

What is the significance of pity and fear in tragedy?

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  1. 30 March, 14:43
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    While it is apparent that the emotions (fear and pity) associated with the events in a tragedy are felt by the audience, it is probable that Aristotle understood pity and fear to be qualities of the action or events themselves. As the drama completes itself, it is the action that is purged of these emotional qualities.
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