A mini research essay on shakespeare's two tracegies

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Shakespeare's Tragedies Shakespeare's tragedies are what Shakespeare is most noted for. Tragedies are stories with tragic heroes. Tragic heroes have tragic flaw, a flaw that will lead to their own tragic ending, often times it's death. Shakespeare's tragedies include: Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Timon of Athens, Titus Andronicus, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, and of course Romeo and Juliet. Here are a summary of his two most famous tragedies, Macbeth, and Romeo and …

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…goes wrong they both pay the ultimate price with their lives. Their tragic flaw could very well be their love for each other. Their love led to their death. Those are two famous Shakespearean Tragedies that relates the character's flaw directly with his/her death. Thus making it a tragic story, the Hero/Heroin dies in the end. Macbeth's obsession led to his death, and Romeo and Juliet's love led to their death as well.