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Review “Aristotle’s Concept of Tragedy”) and Arthur Miller’s “Tragedy of the Common Man”

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Essay 2 (may not be revised for a higher score) Review “Aristotle’s Concept of Tragedy” (pp. 1203-1205) and Arthur Miller’s “Tragedy of the Common Man” (pp. 1831-1833).
Compose a three- to five-page essay on the following topic:
Decide for yourself what tragedy is, and then examine Oedipus the King and Death of a Salesman as tragedies. How are they different from or similar to one another? Realizing that 2400 years separate these plays, what do these differences/ similarities mean?
(Instructors instructions from my first essay) This is how he expects essays to be written
When you write your next essay, imagine you’re a lawyer (shudder). You have a thesis: my client is innocent, which you tell the jury along with how you intend to prove it in your opening statement. During the trial, you show the jury your evidence for this claim explaining each time how it supports your clients innocence. This is followed by a concluding summary statement that reiterates what you have accomplished with your evidence. The essay is similar. You introduce a thesis, explaining how you intend to prove it, and in the body of the essay you show us the evidence, frequently referencing your thesis. Conclude by summarizing what you’ve accomplished and what it means, again referencing your thesis.

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