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Precisely because he possesses that small and solitary virtue the character is
saved, the catastrophe is avoided, and instead a happy end occurs. It is important
to note that Aristotle clearly objected to the happy end, but we should note, too, ...
Freedom of the Character-Subject In order that the character may be truly free, no
limitations are to be placed on his action, except those that are imposed by the
will of another character, equally free. Hegel gives some explanations on the ...
Both state, in quite similar terms, that dramatic action results from the free
movement of the character's spirit. ... he asserts that modern society is becoming
incompatible with theater, since all the characters of today are prisoners of a
tangle of ...
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Aristotles Coercive System of Tragedy
Machiavelli and the Poetics of Virtu
The Character as Subject or
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