Statement): Get your audience’s attention! Consider a quote from the story. Are there any circumstances in which the law should be ignored? II. Overview (specific to topic/plot): Outline major background points about the play. In the play Antigone by Sophocles Antigone breaks the law and in the article Student protests growing over gender-equal dress codes they try to change the dress code rules. III. Thesis Statement (Main Argument/Preview of Points): Outlines your argument/theme. Law should usually
or did not receive the highest academic mark, the process of writing and learning the mistakes that have I committed before only made me a more exceptional writer. The writing pieces: “The Tragedy of Tantalus”, “Gender Inequality in Antigone”, the 1984 Literary Analysis long test, “The Seventh Man”, and the essay about if we are living in a Post-American World all highlight and exemplify my journey in becoming a better writer through the many revisions, errors, and use of more improved language.
Model of Tragic Hero (Greek Version of Tragic Hero) 2. Shakespearean Model of Tragic Hero reference with the Play Macbeth 3. Compare and Contrast both models 4. Analysis 5. Conclusion Tragic hero as defined by Aristotle A tragic hero is a literary character who makes a judgment error that leads to his/her own devastation. In reading Antigone, Medea and Hamlet, we observe the role of justice or revenge and it is the influence on each character’s choices when analyzing any “judgment error.” Aristotle