Whoa. We actually get to read a play! It's in your text on page 690.
Don't forget that:
Today we talked about Oedipus, the tragic man who married his mom and killed his dad. Gross.
But we hear his story as a background for a story about his daughter, Antigone, who follows in her father's tragic footsteps. No - she doesn't get married or kill anyone, but she's still a tragic hero.
According to Aristotle, a tragic hero is: