TRAGIC QUALITY IN BILLY BUDD, SAILOR
Author(s):
R. Umagandhi, J.Revathi
Keywords:
affluence, agony, bereavement, purgation
Abstract
A tragedy portrays human torment and problems, generally a alteration in the situation of the hero from cheerfulness or affluence to misfortune, depression, agony, and even bereavement. This change in the conditions may be brought about by some blunder or flaw in the hero himself, or by a mixture of these. A tragedy represents also a quarrel of some kind. The argument may be between the hero and a villain; it may be a conflict between the hero and situations. According to Aristotle, a tragedy provokes in the hearts of the viewers the feelings if disappointment and panic, and brings about a catharsis or purgation of these and kindered sensation
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Unique Paper ID: 147413

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 7

Page(s): 333 - 334
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