posted by Anonymous on .
In "How to Build a Fire" what is the answer to this question?
Aristotle described various plots. Combining them, we get a tradtional definition of an ideal tragedy. How does this story compare to this traditional ideal of a Greek tragedy?
It fits the ideal perfectly.
It comes close to the ideal, but the main character does not exactly fit the ideal.
It comes close to ideal, but it does not fit in terms of recognition and reversal.
It comes close to the ideal but it does not meet the concept of the three unities.
Both 2 and 3 are correct.
Both 2 and 4 are correct.
I think it is C, but I am not sure.
Never mind. The answer is B.