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A tragedy is one of the
main two types of drama. In it, the main characters suffer either from
difficult external circumstances or from a personal flaw or weakness. The tone
is somber and serious. Usually the plot resolution in a tragedy is sorrowful,
and the hero or protagonist dies. While full of sadness and conflict, a tragedy
will often have a uplifting theme or moral lesson.
While a young man's fancy may turn to love in the spring, it's on everyone's mind as February 14th, a.k.a. St. Valentine's Day,...
"For never was there a tale of more
woe/Than this of Juliet and her Romeo." The last lines of William
Shakespeare's "Romeo an...
by William Shakespeare from Romeo and Juliet
Act III passage: Everything seemed to be going so we...
by William Shakespeare from Macbeth
Act V passage: Macbeth's lament for his wife is full...
Act I, Scene 5 passage: In this passage from "Romeo ...
Act IV, Scene 1 passage: This passage from "Romeo an...
Act II, Scene 2 passage: This passage is from the ba...
William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" is the clas...
Act V, Scene 5 passage: This passage is a speech fro...