This text focussed on the fact that tragedy has nothing to do with royalty. If anything, tragedy is more common in the lives of everyday people. Tragedy is to be learned from but it is not any easy lesson to be taught. ¨The tragic right is a condition of life," sums up what I gathered from this text. It simply says that tragedy is not royal, it is a part of all life.
Tragedy strikes the common man perhaps even harder than it does royalty. The common man must keep working and keep making money in the midsts of tragedy. He does not have time to just sit and mourn, he must keep the world turning. Every man has his own part to play in the world and when one can no longer fulfill his duties the entire community feels the loss but must carry on as if nothing has happened.