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The unexpected change or turn of event that brings hamartia to light is called ‘Peripeteia‘.
Hero’s recognition of error or hamartia is the anagnorisis.
Catharsis is emotional release of pity and fear that tragedy has aroused in audience.
When protagonist’s fortune reach its highest point before the falling action that point in tragedy is called climax.
Burlesque is large scale parody of not a single poem but whole style of literature is parodied or ridiculed. Language and thought is proper to serious theme being reproduced in trivial or ridicule setting.
Movements that evoke the strong feelings of sorrow and pity in the work of literature is called pathos.
Plot is the soul of tragedy. It is the arrangement of events in a logical sequence.