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Tiresias: "How terrible-to see the truth when the truth is only pain to him who sees!"
Tiresias: "So, you mock my blindness? Let me tell you this. You with your precious eyes, you're blind to the corruption of your life, . . ."
Tiresias: "Blind who now has eyes, beggar who now is rich, he will grope his way toward a foreign soil, a stick tapping before him step by step."
Oedipus: "I come with a gift for you, my own shattered body . . . no feast for the eyes, but the gains it holds are greater than great beauty."
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