Hamartia. This term is also interpreted as \"tragic flaw\" and usually applied to overweening pride, or hubrisHamartia. This term is also interpreted as "tragic flaw" and usually applied to overweening pride, or hubris
Ristotelian principles is Sophocles' Oedipus the King (ca. 428 B. C.); Shakespeare's Othello (1603-04) follows a similar pattern of pride, error, and self-destruction
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Language is much closer to film than painting is.” – Sergei Eisenstein, a dialectic Approach to Film Form (1949)
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Trojan War. When his mother submersed him in the River Styx after he was born, the magical waters made him invulnerable. His flesh was impervious to all
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An Iliad is a one-actor adaptation of The Iliad created by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare and originated at the Seattle Repertory Theatre
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Cohn with a one-page synopsis. Cohn was delighted by their efficiency. But as he read the treatment, his enthusiasm began to flag. "There are," he complained, "an awful lot of Greeks in it!”
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It is not the play's effect on the audience but its effect on the theatre that is decisive at this moment
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