I only remember a few things about tragedy from previous classes, mainly that it involves suffering. As well as most of the "tragic" stories I have read contained humor such as irony and dark humor. I believe Tragedy is an event or sequence of sad events that are almost heartbreaking. There is also multiple times of tragedy that authors can hit on.
After reading the articles about tragedy it was interesting to read that part of the definition focuses on the fact that human suffering is pleasurable to the audience. It was weird to me to read at first but the more i thought about it I realized that the definition was extremely accurate. People love a tragic story that they can relate to or that can take them away from dealing with their personal tragedies that they feel they are going through. It was also interesting reading about revenge tragedy because I didn't even connect it to Hamlet the example wikipedia used I just considered the overall story tragic but focusing in on what kinda of tragic it was and getting a clear definition really made me understand the play more than I had last year.
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