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Creating Your Own Tragedy

Aristotle's Poetics

In 335BC the Greek philosopher Aristotle  wrote the earliest recoded book of drama theory, Aristotle’s Poetics. This book defined a Greek tragedy. He said that a tragedy is compounded of six parts; “plot, character, diction, thought, spectacle and song”. The pupils will use these components alongside music, narration and props to create their very own unique tragedies.

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