Poetics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Based on Aristotle's "Poetics", what does tragedy effectively achieve? (from Section III)

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.

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

4.

How does Aristotle define "strange" words? (from Section III)

5.

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

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