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Drama Research Paper

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Drama Research Paper

Drama Research Paper

INSTRUCTIONS:
you will write a 1500-words (about 5–7-pages) essay that addresses one of the plays from the Drama Unit. A minimum of six citations, including the primary source and at least five secondary scholarly sources, is required for this assignment. An additional outline including thesis statement is also req`d. 1. Write an essay explaining how Sophocles` Oedipus exemplifies or refutes Aristotle`s definition of a tragic hero. Review Chapter 33 in your textbook (Kennedy) for the background and overview of Aristotle`s concept of tragedy/the tragic hero and drama. This chapter also contains critical information on Sophocles and the play Oedipus. You may use any of the critical material as a secondary source, but remember to cite it correctly. textbook: Kennedy: pp. 806 - 809; pp. 820 - 830; pp. 836 - 838; either ch. 33 or ch. 34; and chs. 40 - 40
CONTENT:
(Name) (Professor) (Course) (Date) Topic: How Sophocles` Oedipus exemplifies or refutes Aristotle`s definition of a tragic hero Outline An introductory overview Contextual status of Oedipus in the play, the Sophocles Aristotle`s understanding on the concept of tragedy How Aristotle defines tragedy The lethargy of a hero towards his downfall, destiny and consequently the duel of punishment How Sophocles exemplifies the Aristotle view of a hero Oedipus exemplification of as the king The play as a tragic event Oedipus learns if his life history, and thereafter the falling of his life Aristotle point of view of Oedipus as he who brings fortune into his life Concluding remarks Introduction The play Oedipus was written by Sophocles and it was a tragic play. The play deals with both fate and destiny. In the play, there are a series of events that king Oedipus would not manage to escape. However, this is in line with the Greek society because it was a society which was based on legends and myths (Hogan 165). These myths and legends were being used to explain events. In addition, they had many gods, muses and fates that they used to explain many things that happened. This is what made Sophocles to write the play and explain how fates were able to work closely. The play depicts the main character, Oedipus, as a strong ruler who goes through fate. This is because of the actions of his parents who had disowned him when he was born as the oracle had told them that they were not supposed...

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