Classical tragedy is a form of what?

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Classical tragedy is a form of what?

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The adjective 'classical' is often used to describe things that relate to the ancient Greeks or Romans. For example, 'classical' architecture is architecture which imitates or is patterned after the buildings of Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome, such as through the use of columns.

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Tragedy in Drama: Classical to Modern

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Chapter 8 / Lesson 4
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Nearly every story has a hero, but some are better off by the end of the story than others. In this video, we learn what is so tragic about the hero in a tragedy.


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