Poetics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


When Homer says that Odysseus accomplished a certain number of deeds, what does Aristotle say the reader should do? (from Section III)


Aristotle warns that a tragedy poet should be careful with what? (from Section II)


Aristotle mentions that sometimes poets can confuse the reader with a word's connotation, but the confusion may be due to what? (from Section III)


As Aristotle states, what ways are epic poems different from other poems, specifically tragedies? (from Section II)


What does Aristotle say that a well-crafted tragedy has? (from Section II)

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