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Orestes and Oedipus as a Tragic Heroes
probably be able to take care of it for you. Jocasta says, "Well, I don't believe in psychics. Today, fulfilled prophecies are a staple of fiction. Brecht reasoned that the absence of a cathartic resolution would require the audience to take political action in the real world, in order to fill the emotional gap they had experienced vicariously. Like Icarus, those who claim godlike qualities, who defy the gods, or who perform outrageous acts suffer swift and severe punishment.
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The following is a list of ancient Greek tragic poets.
The list is far from exhaustive.
Very few of the names of Hellenestic dramatists, for example, have been preserved.
And on the other hand ( de )." Argue both sides. Eleusis (west of Athens). Therapeutic uses edit In psychology, quite Contemplation the term was first employed by Sigmund Freud 's colleague Josef Breuer (18421925 who developed a cathartic method of treatment using hypnosis for persons suffering from intensive hysteria. Through one's native wit, and this is what brings him down, despite several warnings to give up the hunt. Eris (Strife and the Erinnyes (Avenging Spirits) fierce-hearted-she, still goading warriors on to the onset they, outbreathing breath of fire. The myth of Baucis and Philemon, for example, illustrates the importance of hospitality and generosity toward all, for a humble stranger may be a deity in disguise with power to reward or punish. Oedipus had, indeed, always wondered what was wrong with his feet. As he was traveling alone at the place Jocasta has mentioned, he met a group of men going in the opposite direction.
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