Tragic Flows in Arthur Miller's All My Son's

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M. Poonguzhali
Mrs. S. Santhiya

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In his Play formulates his theory on the nature and function of tragedy. The novelists said thatmiserable feeling is invoked in us when we are in the presence of a character that is ready to end his life to secure personal quality.It employs a pattern that is fundamental to most tragedies.In a tragedy we always come across an individual who tries to gain rightful place for him in the society. Man's failure to achieve his personal status is the fault of the society. Miller asserts that the personal factor is not entirely passive. While examining a tragedy we should not exclude the individual's flow; though the most dominating factor is the society.

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