So many of his ideas form the foundation of what it means to be an American. His work opened the eyes and minds of the American people to the liberal idea of declaring independence, dramatically changing the future of the country. With ideas in which the risk equaled the reward, he had to have done something right with his writing to convince the American people that independence was worth a shot. I wondered what exactly that was.
A tragic flaw is a character trait that causes the downfall of the hero. Instead of being completely perfect, many literary heroes make an error in judgment or have a character flaw that leads to their downfall.
Examples of Tragic Flaw: Examples of Tragic Flaws from Famous Literature 1. The hero Achilles' tragic flaw is his pride. He thinks he is completely invincible, but he has a weak spot-his ankle. In Oedipus Rex, Oedipus' downfall is also caused by his own pride, and by ignoring the prophecy if the gods, he inadvertently married his own mother.
In Macbeth, Macbeth's tragic flaw is his own ambition. He plots with his wife to murder the king, and his guilt haunts him. In The Hunger Games, you could say that Kat's tragic flaw is her protectiveness of those she loves.
She does not consider her own fate when she is thinking of protecting Prim or, in the end, Peeta.
Harry Potter has a tragic flaw similar to that of Katniss. He is willing to sacrifice himself for those whom he loves-and he gets himself into dangerous situations because he is compelled to try to do the right thing and protect innocent people.
In The Lord of the Rings, the ring could be seen as a tragic flaw. Frodo must carry the ring to burn in Mordor, but the longer he carries it, the more it causes him to feel greed and selfishness for the ring it did the same to Gollum.Browse over educational resources created by Ima Rider in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
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that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. In the final moments of the games Katniss and Peeta team up and rebel against the government and decide to eat poisonous berries that would kill them so the government would have no winners.
The government reluctanly gives in and both of them are pronounced winners of the games. The Hunger Games are designed to be the survival of the fittest. Dec 13, · Transcendentalism I have been reading "Where I Lived and What i Lived For" by Henry David Thoreau. While reading Thoreau, all i want to do is move into the woods.