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Tragedy

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Style

 
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Besides every poet’s financial situation, a tragedy is a literary style wherein everything goes wrong, preferably because the protagonist has some tragic flaw, such as pride or lust, that brings doom onto him and everyone around him (or her). Writing a tragedy is always a great way to cheer up.

 
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Comedy

 
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