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"I Oedipus whom all men call the Great" "There is not one of you, sick though you are, that is as sick as myself. Your several sorrows each have single scope and touch but one of you. My spirit groans for city and myself and you at once"
"King, you yourself have seen our city reeling like a wreck already; it can scarcely lift its prow out of the depths, out of he bloody surf. A blight is on the fruitful plants of the earth. A blight is on the cattle in the field, a blight is on our women that no children are born to them"
"He shall be proved father and brother both to his own children in his house; to her that gave him birth, a son and husband both; a fellow sower in his father's bed with that same father that he murdered"
"There we saw his wife hanging, the twisted rope around her neck" "He tore the brooches...fastening her robe away from her and lifting them up high dashed them on his own eyeballs, shrieking things such as: they will never see the crime I have committed or had done upon me!"
"Never let this my father's city have me living a dweller in it. Leave me live in the mountains where Cithaeron is, that's called my mountain, which mother and father while they were living would have made my tomb."
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