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A tragedy is a literary work with an unhappy outcome.
Tragedy may also refer to:
- Artists / Bands
- Tragedy (band), an American hardcore punk band
- Tragedy Khadafi (born 1971), rapper also known simply as Tragedy
- Tragédie (duo), a French rap duo
- Songs / Albums
- "Tragedy" (Thomas Wayne song), a 1961 song by The Fleetwoods
- "Tragedy", a 1972 song by Argent from the album All Together Now
- "Tragedy" (Bee Gees song), 1979, also covered by Steps
- "Tragedy" (Hanoi Rocks song), 1981
- "Tragedy", 2002 song by Marc Anthony from the album Mended
- Tragedy (album), an album by Julia Holter
- Tragedy (event), one or more deaths that bring grief to society
- Surviving: A Family in Crisis, also known as Tragedy, a 1985 made-for-television movie starring Zach Galligan, Molly Ringwald and River Phoenix
- Melpomene, Muse of Tragedy
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