In A Shakespearian Tragedy, What’s The Typical Outcome For A Flawed Character?
A. The character is made fun of.
B. The character gets married.
C. The character becomes a hero.
D. The character is destroyed.
D. The character is destroyed. In a Shakespearian tragedy, the typical outcome for a flawed character is to be destroyed at the end of the play. The destruction of these characters is justice for their wrongdoings.
For example, Richard III is in the end punished for killing his brother and trying to kill his nephews in order to become a king. Macbeth and Claudius also have the same destiny as Richard III.