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hamartia is a Greek word. It. Means fault, failure. It was first used in Aristotle's Poetics. It deals with Greek tragedy. It is an English word too. It is pronounced: Ha- Mar - tee ,in English.

hamartia is a Greek word. Means fault, failure. It deals with Greek tragedy. It is an English word too. It is pronounced: Ha- Mar - tee ,in English.

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