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confines tragedy within very narrow limits Actually
the Aristotelian pattern deviates from it in several
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A. C. Bradley action activity Addington Bruce aesthetic aesthetic experience apprehension arise Aristotle Aristotle's theory arouse artist beauty catharsis of emotions character closely related colour conscious contemplation Croce distinction disvalue dynamic elements emotion of tragedy error of judgment essentially Euripides excite expression external externalisation F. L. Lucas feel function of tragedy goal H. D. F. Kitto harmony Hegel hero human Humayun Kabir I. A. Richards Ibid idea ideal images imagination imitation impulses Indian Philosophical Congress inhibited instinctive intellect intuition involves King Lear laugh laughter less logical Medea mental mind misfortune moral nature object outlet pain passions perception personality pity and fear Plato pleasure poet Poetics poetry Politics Aristotle primarily purgation reality regarded rhythm S. H. Butcher says self-expression sense sentiments situation Sophocles spectators spontaneous suppressed synthesis tendencies terror theory of art things thought tion tragic play true truth ugly unity universal whole word