Tragedy. It’s just TRAGIC. Tragedy is also one of the classical forms that writers need to know how to work within. Why? Well… because the Greeks thought we should be forced to have strong emotional responses to literature.
Writing Prompt: Write a delightful story about happy, cheerful anthropomorphic creatures who all die horribly.
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