Galena M.

asked • 11/09/20

Aristotle's Poetics

How has Aristotle's term of imitation changed by the following quote? "For Tragedy is an

imitation, not of men, but of action and life, of happiness and misery. And life consists of action, and its end is a mode of activity, not a quality. And life consists of action, and its end is a mode of activity, not a quality."

Can you give example(s) that help me understand the definition that either approves his theory of tragedy, or might disapprove it.

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