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If Shakespeare wrote a play in which you were the main character, what would your tragic flaw be?


Othello's downfall was jealousy. Macbeth was too ambitious. If I were the Bard's subject, I would follow in the steps of Macbeth as ambition has often foiled many of my plans. What is your "tragic flaw"?

 

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    Sherri Tuck (sherrituck) 4 years ago

    Ah! A character meets his or her downfall as the result of indecision. What a truly enticing plot to contemplate.


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