“Accordingly, the poet should prefer probable impossibilities to improbable possibilities. The tragic plot must not be composed of irrational parts. Everything irrational should, if possible, be excluded; or, at all events, it should lie outside the action of the play.” – Aristotle (Poetics, c. 335 B.C.)[Trans. by Samuel Henry Butcher, 1895]   When I first …

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