Poetics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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)

2.

Why does Aristotle say that Homer's "Iliad" is not a tragedy? (from Section II)

3.

Once the poet identifies an analogy, what does Aristotle say the poet can do? (from Section III)

4.

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

5.

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

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