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What is the deep feeling of sympathy an audience feels for Creon's losses at the end of Antigone called?

a. catharsis b. parados c. fate d. tragic flaw

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What is the deep feeling of sympathy an audience feels for Creon's losses at the end of Antigone called?

a. catharsis
b. parados
c. fate
d. tragic flaw

Answer

b.
parados What is the deep feeling of sympathy an audience feels for Creon's losses at the end of Antigone called parados.
NOT
a. catharsis
c. fate
d. tragic flaw

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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