What are the characteristics of shakespearean tragedy?

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The characteristics of a shakespearean tragedy are: Must depict the downfall of a good person trough a fatal error or mis judgement. Evoke's pity and fear in the audience. Always talks about fate. Always ends with one or several deaths. usually
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Shakespeare’s tragedies share a number of common features, such as a hero with a fatal flaw that leads to his downfall. And the tragedies often focus on the fall of a nobleman. Hamlet, Othello, King Lear and Macbeth are examples of tragedies.
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