Poetics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What type of stories does Aristotle identify as more fit for epic poems than tragedies? (from Section II)

2.

Aristotle says that a poet must understand what in order to write a scene of love effectively between a man and a woman? (from Section III)

3.

Based on Aristotle's teachings, if the main character of a tragedy is totally without fault, his fall would not be due to his own fault, but rather what? (from Section II)

4.

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)

5.

What does Aristotle believe to be the goal of tragedy? (from Section II)

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