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Oedipus's tragic flaw is his pride. He is unwilling to accept his fate, fighting against it and denying all claims pertaining to it.
Due to his pride, Oedipus refuses to listen to the prophet that tells him about the truth of his birth and fate.
Oedipus and Jocasta come closer to learning the truth.
Oedipus finally realizes that everything he was told about his fate was true.
The realization of Oedipus's true fate leads to more tragedy; Oedipus blinds himself, Jocasta commits suicide.
The story is resolved with more tragedy, asking the audience if fate can really be avoided.
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