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The Book of Tragedies provided a collection of substantial revisions on tragic masterpieces. The book conceived out of a series of short essays written by a group of young scholars; İlayda Şişik, Ebru Elbasan, Oğuzhan Kuruosman, Gülsen Gürses, Buse Bilyay, Eren Z. Uçar, and Ferda Göçmen. Different viewpoints by young critics about prominent literary masterpieces, make valuable contributions to enrich the context. Antigone by Sophocles as a tragedy of love and power, Doctor Faustus by Marlowe as a tragedy of failure intellect, Othello by Shakespeare as the tragedy of an Aristotelian tragic hero, The Cherry Orchard by Chekhov as a tragedy of bourgeois, Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw as a tragedy of knowledge, and Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë as a tragic love story symbolize distinct types of manners in acknowledged literary fictions.