A hundred years after Antigone was first performed, Aristotle described the concept of Catharsis as

A hundred years after Antigone was first performed, Aristotle described the concept of Catharsis as an emotional purge of fear and pity in which the audience, by experiencing these bad feelings while watching the play, purged themselves of their own such feelings. Using Sophocles as one of his primary models, he argued that a character must be endowed with both good and bad qualities to gain the audience’s sympathy and achieve catharsis. Which character, by demonstrating a noble yet flawed nature, most elicits your sympathy and helps achieve catharsis and, in your opinion, how effectively is that catharsis facilitated for a modern audience? O

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  1. when reagan refers to freedom in this passage, he uses repetition as a rhetorical device. repetition is when the same words or phrases are repeated few times to make an idea stronger and more unforgettable. in this case, when he talks about freedom, he starts the sentence whit this word followed by a verb in present simple and after an advantage of being free.

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  2. in at least 150 words, discuss the tone of the narrator in "i stand here ironing," and explain how it impacts the telling of the story

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