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JULIUS CAESER 1 The great philosopher Aristotle makes the distinction between comedy and tragedy Aristotle defines tragedy as a tragic character falling from a high place in society due to a flaw they possess and provides an insight into human existence He defines comedy as any story that begins in adversity and ends in optimism Shakespeare offers his own six elements to a tragedy a tragic hero conflicts internal and external humor the supernatural revenge and chance happenings or bad luck The tragic hero is clearly Brutus who seals his own fate through his character flaw which is being a stoic Conflicts are present in great numbers throughout this story both internally and externally Brutus struggles internally when he contemplates whether or not to go through with joining the conspirators Caesar obviously struggles with his counterparts during his own death scene Humor or puns are illustrated when the cobbler describes himself as a mender of bad soles The ghost of Julius Caesars accounts for the supernatural element Marc Antony brings about revenge when he rallies the people against Brutus for killing Caesar When Portia is too late in stopping Brutus from reaching the capitol where he will kill Caesar is a great example of chance happenings 2 The element of character flaw play as huge role in this play Character flaw is defined as a trait character lacks or possess which leads to their ultimate downfall from a high place in society Brutus character flaw is the very fact he is a stoic or he believes in what people are and say He lives in an idealistic world A modern example would people in get caught up in certain gimmicks and schemes that the media offers Caesars flaw is he is over ambitious He lets the idea of being emperor blind of the conspiracy going on around him An example of this would be someone who is a so-called work-aholic That is a person
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