Fallacies are mistaken beliefs based on unsound arguments. They derive from reasoning that is logically incorrect, thus undermining an argument's validity.
Fallacies are difficult to classify, due to their variety in application and structure. In the broadest sense possible, fallacies can be divided into two types: formal fallacies and informal fallacies.
Let's take a look at the variations that exist within these categories.
One of the most famous literary tragedies is William Shakespeare's Hamlet. The play provides a near-perfect use of literary devices, including symbolism, to establish tone, plot and characterization. Take a look at the 5 principal symbols in Hamlet and how they move the tragic story along.