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  • end in tragedy
  • 悲劇に終わる
  • It's a tragedy to see ....
  • …を目の当たりにするのは悲しいことだ
  • A movie entitled Polytechnique, directed by Denis Villeneuve was released in 2009, and sparked controversy over the desirability of reliving the tragedy in a commercial film.
  • Wikipedia: École Polytechnique massacre
  • Although Brazilian Romanticism found its place in literature, it did not have the same success in theater, as most of the plays performed were either Neoclassic tragedies or Romantic works from Portugal or translations from Italian, French or Spanish.
  • Wikipedia: Empire of Brazil
  • Among the works created during the war was Yakov Knyazhnin's tragedy Olga (1772).
  • Wikipedia: Sviatoslav I of Kiev
  • Another tragedy occurred on the morning of 16 May 1968 when Ronan Point, a 23-storey tower block in Newham, suffered a structural collapse due to a natural gas explosion.
  • Wikipedia: East End of London
  • As with Okonkwo in Things Fall Apart and Obi in No Longer at Ease, Ezeulu is consumed by the resulting tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: Chinua Achebe
  • Before then, romance had not even been viewed as a worthy topic for tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: Romeo and Juliet
  • Constantine initially presented the suicide as an unfortunate family tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: Maximian
  • Dave claims that because every character has to face, or even suffer defeat, the book takes on elements of a classical tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Despite the upsurge in theatre-going, writing tragedies was not profitable, and thus few good tragedies were written.
  • Wikipedia: Boydell Shakespeare Gallery
  • Early in 1957, family tragedy struck a third time when one of the nieces she had cared for in the 1940s died at the age of 31, leaving a five-year-old orphan son, Roger Christie.
  • Wikipedia: Rachel Carson
  • Even as his professional life improved, however, Arthur and his wife experienced a personal tragedy as their only child, William, died suddenly that year at the age of three.
  • Wikipedia: Chester A. Arthur
  • Examples of dramatic poetry in Persian literature include Nizami's two famous dramatic works, Layla and Majnun and Khosrow and Shirin, Ferdowsi's tragedies such as Rostam and Sohrab, Rumi's Masnavi, Gorgani's tragedy of Vis and Ramin, and Vahshi's tragedy of Farhad.
  • Wikipedia: Poetry
  • For the next twelve years he directed the UN refugee agency through one of its most difficult periods, coordinating the international response to the 1971 Bangladesh crisis that uprooted 10 million people, the 1972 exodus of hundreds of thousands of Hutus from Burundi to Tanzania, and the Vietnamese boat people tragedy of the mid-1970s.
  • Wikipedia: Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan
  • He slowly abandoned his desire to teach in order to focus more on writing his first major work, the historical tragedy Irene.
  • Wikipedia: Early life of Samuel Johnson
  • Her note closes with the hope that Hermie may be spared the senseless tragedies of life.
  • Wikipedia: Summer of '42
  • Her sixth and final pregnancy ended in tragedy when her infant son died after only a day of life.
  • Wikipedia: Alexandra of Denmark
  • His greatest personal tragedy was the death of his sister and of both his legitimate sons, Xanthippus and Paralus, all affected by the epidemic, a calamity he never managed to overcome.
  • Wikipedia: Pericles
  • I was wrong in not acting more decisively and more forthrightly in dealing with Watergate, particularly when it reached the stage of judicial proceedings and grew from a political scandal into a national tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: Richard Nixon
  • In Britain, new translations of Greek tragedies and Homer inspired contemporary poets (such as Alfred Lord Tennyson, Keats, Byron and Shelley) and painters (such as Lord Leighton and Lawrence Alma-Tadema).
  • Wikipedia: Greek mythology
  • In some papers, news of the tragedy was buried in small paragraphs despite the contemporary tendency to sensationalize stories.
  • Wikipedia: Donner Party
  • In the city of Corguinho, in the Mato Grosso do Sul, a colony is being built for survivors of the tragedy.
  • Wikipedia: 2012 phenomenon
  • It was followed by the equally unsuccessful tragedy Xerxes (1699).
  • Wikipedia: Colley Cibber