Storyboard Of Oedipus Rex

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  • Position
  • so I have come myself, I Oedipus, your world-renowned king.
  • Tragic Flaw
  • For I had never been snatched from death, unless I was predestined for some awful doom. So be it. I reckon not how Fate deals with me But my unhappy children
  • Reversal (Part1)
  • But I Who rank myself as Fortune's favorite child, The giver of good gifts, shall not be shamed.
  • Position is the posture it's arranged in, such a "upright position."
  • Recognition
  • A tragic flaw is the secret weakness of character that brings about a tragic hero's downfall.
  • A reversal is a change of decision or direction, often to the opposite.
  • Reversal (Part2)
  • Recognition is when you remember something or someone you're familiar with .
  • Ah me! ah me! All brought to pass, all true! O light, may I behold you nevermore! I stand a wretch, in birth, in wedlock cursed, A parricide, incestuously, triply cursed!
  • A reversal is a change of decision or direction, often to the opposite.
  • Such evils, issuing jointly from these two, Have overwhelmed them both, confounding man and wife. Till now the storied fortune of this house Was favorable indeed; but from this day Woe, lamentation, ruin, death, disgrace, All ills that can be named, all, all are theirs
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