Creon’s tragic flaw is?

QUESTION POSTED AT 19/08/2019 - 05:41 PM

Answered by answersmine AT 19/08/2019 - 05:41 PM

Creon's tragic flaw, hubris, causes his downfall. Creon will not listen to anyone. He is stubborn and his pride is so great, he can not bring himself to acknowledge that he could ever wrong.
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Why is Moshe the Beadle such a tragic character? A. He is tormented after his experiences with the Nazis. B. He speaks up and tries to warn people but no one listens. C. He looses all passion for life that he once had. D.All of the above.

B because the ppl r only listening to radio and it says they fine but they get deported to some where else and mouche goes silent the only reason he didn't die cause he was shot in the leg and played dead then hobbled back to the ppl and no one listened all that for nothing huh

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:00 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:00 AM

True or false? The role that Lake Okechobee played in Janie’s life was ultimately tragic and destructive.

Answer:

In "Their Eyes Were Watching God", a novel written by Zora Hurston which chronicles the emotional growth and maturity of Janie Crawford;

at the climax of the story, albeit the events occurred in Everglades at Lake Okeechobee's surroundings developed into Tea's tragic death, they did not ultimately destroyed Janie, since she returned home to Eatonville were she came across with her old friend Phoeby, in sort of a cathartic conclusion. Thereby false.

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ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:38 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 11:38 PM

Read this line from the prologue of Romeo and Juliet. A pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life; What is the most likely reason the prologue reveals this detail about the play to engage the audience in the tragic story to warn the audience about the bloodshed to raise audience sympathy for the parents to build suspense about how the story ends

The most likely reason that the prologue reveals the above detail about the play is:

to engage the audience in the tragic story

The prologue of the play “Romeo and Juliet” tells the audience about the place where the play will revolve on. The feud between the Montagues and the Capulets is also been introduced to the audience. The love between the two who belong to these families is also told in the prologue. It is also being told to the audience that if ever the two families would unite together, their unity will be the result of the death of the lovers.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:42 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:42 PM

Review the fact Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl is a diary Which best explains how this fact can increase your comprehension of the text? A) It helps to show that Anne was impulsive, because she could not prevent others from publishing her diary B) It helps to understand Anne's death was tragic, because she could not prevent others from publishing her diary C) It helps to show that Anne is not as cruel as she seems; she just never expected anyone else to read her thoughts D) It helps to show that Anne was immature, because fully mature adults do not keep diaries.

The correct answer is C.

Some people have classified Anne Frank as "cruel" for the things she wrote about her family and the people living with her during her hiding in War World II.

However, Anne was merely writing down her thoughts and feelings. She did not intend for anyone to read her diary. For her, writing in her diary was a way of venting without creating conflict with her house mates.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:00 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:00 PM

This defiance enrages Creon, who is unwilling to tolerate any opposition to his oIn Antigone, Antigone defies King Creon’s order by burying Polyneices honorably. This defiance enrages Creon, who is unwilling to tolerate any opposition to his orders. What theme of Antigone do the above events reflect?

Choices ? if this is plato then i wuld go with c ; i had this question not to long ago, Antigone is brought before Creon, and states that she knew Creon's law but chose to break it, expounding upon the superiority of 'divine law' to that made by man. She is choosing the path of morality over civil law and order.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:06 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:06 PM

Which are elements of a Shakespearean tragedy? Check all that apply. a wise character a farfetched ending a flawed hero an emotional release a misunderstanding a major catastrophe

A Shakespearean tragedy refers to the plays which are written by other authors in Shakespearean style or it has been penned by Shakespeare himself. It distinguishes itself from the other tragedy that's why referred as Shakespearean play. Indebted by Aristotle's theory of tragedy are consisted in the Shakespeare's works.

Therefore, the elements of a Shakespearean tragedy are:

A flawed hero

An emotional release

A misunderstanding

A major catastrophe


ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 02:04 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 02:04 PM

You are researching Juliet's character flaws in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. What would be the best to type into a search engine?

SOS:

The answer is Juliet + character flaw!

Choices:

  • Shakespeare + Juliet
  • Juliet + character flaw
  • Juliet + character + flaws
  • Juliet - Romeo
  1. 1st one has nothing to do with flaws.
  2. 2nd one is correct!
  3. 3rd one: Using flaws as another topic would be incorrect because it might search up the flaws of the story or bring up too much slant.
  4. 4th one is just stupid.

Hope this helps!

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:37 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:37 AM

Contrast haimons main concerns with creons

Sometimes the people that frustrate us the most actually share the same characteristics. In this lesson, we will analyze the characters Antigone and Creon, focusing on their similarities and how these traits cause conflict in the play.Why Can't We Be Friends?

Have you ever struggled to get along with someone, and you couldn't figure out why? Sometimes people can be so similar that it ends up harming instead of helping their relationship. In the play Antigone by Sophocles, we meet two characters so similar they willingly fight to the death because of their personalities and beliefs. To provide some context for the comparisons in this lesson, let's review the conflicts of the play that the characters Antigone and Creon face.

Character Conflicts

Antigone's father exiled himself from Thebes, leaving her brothers Polyneices and Eteocles to share the throne. When Eteocles refuses to give up his time in power, Polyneices is forced to leave the city. He returns years later with an army, but unfortunately, both brothers die in battle, leaving Antigone and her sister Ismene to fend for themselves.

The next male in line to take the throne is their Uncle Creon. Creon's first order names Polyneices a traitor and prohibits a proper burial. Anyone that buries the body shall be punished by death. The thought of Polyneices' body rotting in a field pushes Antigone over the edge. She goes against Creon's orders and buries her brother, leaving Creon with a difficult choice to make.

Should Creon punish Antigone and make himself look weak in his new role as king? Or should he do right by his family and remove the charge? Not to mention Antigone is engaged to Creon's son Haemon. Let's look at their similarities and differences and determine how their personalities affect the outcome of the play.

Similarities and DifferencesFighting for Justice

Even though Antigone and Creon are fighting for different reasons, they both feel deeply and passionately that their reasons are justified. While this difference in opinion causes conflict and death, it binds them together as two very determined individuals who are confident, maybe too much so, in their own beliefs.

Pride

Creon and Antigone are set in their ways, and their pride brings about their downfalls. Antigone refuses to acknowledge that she broke the law and would rather die than apologize or acknowledge her wrongdoing. Creon is the same way. He would rather kill a family member and ruin his son's future to stay true to his word and keep command over the people before he would admit defeat and misjudgment. Their pride manifests in different ways, but this stubbornness plays a negative role in both of their lives.

Loyalty

Antigone is loyal to her brother, promising him a proper burial at all costs. She risks her life to fulfill his wishes, remaining loyal to both her culture and the gods with this act. Creon feels his actions reveal his loyalty to Thebes. Antigone's brother fought against Thebes, which makes Creon feel his punishment is just. Going against one's home is a big no-no in Greek culture, so he also feels his action of denying the burial is honorable. While these two characters are on opposite ends of the spectrum regarding their reasons for being loyal, this trait is the reason for their conflict.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:30 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:30 AM

Which archetype fits Brutus’ character in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar? Father Figure Villain Witch Tragic Hero

In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, the archetype that fits the character of Brutus is of a Tragic Hero.

The character which reflects the most typical of a kind of person or quality is known as an archetypal character. Brutus was the friend of Caesar who later joined the conspiracy against Caesar. While addressing the crowd after the murder of Caesar, Brutus says that he has killed Caesar because of his growing ambition which would be very harmful to the citizens of Rome. According to Aristotle's concept of the tragic hero, Brutus qualifies all his characters. His reversal of fortune turned him from a friend to a killer of his own friend.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:48 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:48 AM

Read the excerpt from Act V, scene i of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo: Is it even so? then I defy you, stars! Thou know’st my lodging: get me ink and paper, And hire post-horses; I will hence to-night. Balthasar: I do beseech you, sir, have patience: Your looks are pale and wild, and do import Some misadventure. Which of Romeo’s tragic flaws is best reflected in this dialogue? his hesitant nature his fearful nature his suspicious nature his reckless nature

In the excerpt from Act V, scene I of Romeo and Juliet Romeo's tragic flaw that is best reflected is his reckless nature. He has just known from Balthasar that Juliet is sleeping in a Capulet tomb so he defies the stars, which shows a reckless nature.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:35 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:35 AM

Read the excerpt from “The Scarlet Ibis.” 1 It’s strange that all this is still so clear to me, now that the summer has long since fled and time has had its way. 2 A grindstone stands where the bleeding tree stood, just outside the kitchen door, and now if an oriole sings in the elm, its song seems to die up in the leaves, a silvery dust. 3 The flower garden is prim, the house a gleaming white, and the pale fence across the yard stands straight and spruce. 4 But sometimes (like right now), as I sit in the cool, green-draped parlor, the grindstone begins to turn, and time with all its changes is ground away—and I remember Doodle. Which sentence from the excerpt is foreshadowing and why? Sentence 1 because it foreshadows that something tragic happened to the narrator in the distant past. Sentence 2 because it foreshadows that the story is primarily about some type of bird. Sentence 3 because it foreshadows that something significant happened in either the house or flower garden. Sentence 4 because it foreshadows that Doodle is no longer present in the narrator’s life.

Answer:

Sentence 4 because it foreshadows that Doodle is no longer present in the narrator’s life.

Explanation:

Foreshadowing is a literary device that gives a hint of what may occur in the future or later in the story. From all choices, sentence 4 is the best that uses foreshadowing. Through the excerpt, the narrator, in a nostalgic manner, recalls an event that happened just where he or she is as she or he describes the current setting. And in sentence 4, she or he mentions "and I remember Doodle", which it is a clear hint that Doodle is no longer with him or her anymore, and therefore Doodle will not appear later in the story like an active character.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:52 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:52 AM

Which line of dialogue from act 3, scene i of romeo and juliet most foreshadows that mercutio's death will lead to other tragic events in the story

Marcutio stated " a plague be set on both houses " which means a curse set on both Montagues And Capulets

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:33 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:33 AM

Which lines in this excerpt from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet foreshadow the tragic fate of Romeo and Juliet? (FAN&MEDAL) So smile the heavens upon this holy act, Do thou but close our hands with holy words, Then love-devouring death do what he dare; These violent delights have violent ends Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow.

Answer:

The line in this excerpt from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that foreshadow the tragic fate of Romeo and Juliet is the third one: "Then love-devouring death do what he dare;".

Explanation:

In this line, the reader can suspect the end of the story because death here is presented as a monster that ends with the love between Romeo and Juliet. Here, death is the figure that will end with everything on its way, the "love-devouring", the one that wins in the end and the one that comes with a tragic ending. This line announces the fate of Romeo and Juliet by giving the reader the clue of what will happen.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 03:54 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 03:54 AM

Why does sophocles alert the audience to the romantic relationship between antigone and creons son in scene 1 of the play antigone

It is likely that Sophocles alerted the audience about this romantic relationship in order to highlight the interconnectedness of all the characters, and the unexpected consequences that our actions can have. The fact that Antigone and Creon's son are in a relationship only makes the conflict between Antigone and Creon more difficult. This turns out to be true towards the end, when Antigone's death causes Haemon's sui.cide.

ANSWERED AT 21/09/2019 - 09:57 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 21/09/2019 - 09:57 PM

Which contains an independent clause? A. Because the tragic fumble was scored by the visting team in the last minute. B. When the player, in an extraordinary move, went charging down the field. C. As the uproar from the delirious fans exploded jubilantly through the stadium. D. While the team made their play, the frenzied crowd cheered them to victory. THANKS!!:)

Option D contains an independen clause: While the team made their play, the frenzied crowd cheered them to victory.  Being the independent clause the second part of the sentence: "the frenzied crowd cheered them to victory" because it is a clause which has a subject and a verb. On top of that, this clause can stand alone and it still expresses a complete thought or idea .The independent clause is a simple sentence.


ANSWERED AT 21/09/2019 - 09:11 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 21/09/2019 - 09:11 PM

Which setting would best develop the theme in a play who's tragic hero's weakness is food?

A tragic hero refers to a character that is characterized by being full of greatness, someone outstanding. This hero puts the others neccesities before his own ones. Different events lead to his downfall which evoques in the audience pity and fear for him. Throughout the story he is constantly tested, as a result of his journey he increases his self-awareseness and self-knowledge. In this case his weakness for food will be tested, so he must be placed somewere were food is abundant and available. The best option would be a banquet to which he had been invited and could not refuse the invitation. There food would be free and in great amounts.

ANSWERED AT 21/09/2019 - 06:40 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 21/09/2019 - 06:40 PM

According to Aristotle, the goal of the tragic playwright is to __________. A.honor the god Dionysus B.evoke pity and fear in the audience C.reveal a reversal of fortune from bad to good D.persuade the audience to rebel against the government

According to Aristotle one of the greatest Greek philosophers and scientist stated that the goal of the tragic playwright was to evoke pity and fear in the audience. The answer to your question would be the letter : d. evoke pity and fear in the audience

Explanation:

The goal of the tragic playwright is to provoke fear and sympathy in the audience. Sophocles uses the connection to Hades and Acheron to produce in the following fear and pity for Antigone. The suggestion would have been immediately understood by the ancient audience, building a dim mood.

ANSWERED AT 21/09/2019 - 06:25 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 21/09/2019 - 06:25 PM

Which situation reveals dramatic irony in the play? A) Eteocles' burial B) Creon's assumption that money is a motive C) Guard's assignment to watch over the body D) Creon's crowning as king

The correct answer will be C) Creon's assumption that money is a motive.

ANSWERED AT 21/09/2019 - 03:26 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 21/09/2019 - 03:26 PM