two have to part the next morning. Lets see for means. Aristotle defines a tragic hero as a person who must evoke a sense of pity and fear in the audience. Thou cutst my head off with a golden axe, And smilest upon the stroke that murders. This neighbor air, and let rich musics tongue.
And, lips, O you. During the play, actions are taken that lead to an apparently irreversible catastrophe. This event is a catastrophe because Tybalt is Lady Capulets nephew. He is tragic because he struggles against the forces of his fate, and pitiable due to his weakness, which arouses fear in the audience. Example #4: Davy Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean (by Irene Trimble). Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, characterizes these plays or stories, in which the main character is a tragic hero, as tragedies. Mercutio was Romeos best friend and confidant.
At first, he was not bad, but his beloved breaks his heart that turns him into bad man. Romeo killed Tybalt in revenge of Tybalts killing Mercutio. Receive in either by this dear encounter. Another action that leaves a sense of inevitability with the reader is when Romeo buys the deadly poison from the apothecary. Eventually, Will Sparrow kills him.