Oedipus

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  • "That will I straightway. Come, let us within I would do nothing that my lord dislikes."
  • "It is no secret. Loxias foretold that I should mate with my own mother, and shed with my own hands the blood of my father. Thus I have kept my distance from Corinth for many a year; and I lived abroad, but missed the sweetest sights, my parents' faces."
  • I tried to get away from my fate and not let it happen, but it back fired
  • "Does any bystander among you know the shepherd he speaks of, or has seen him in the field or in the city? Answer straight! The hour has come to clear this business up."
  • Your real​ parents gave you away to be killed, but you go taken to a king and queen who couldn't have a kid , so they raised you as their own and never told you the truth
  • Jocasta says she won't do anything out of her own will if he doesn't​ like it.
  • "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!"
  • I married my mom and killed my dad
  • Oedipus tells them about his fate and how he tried to avoid it.
  • The underlying theme in Oedipus Rex is knowledge vs. misunderstanding is often repeated throughout the story as Oedipus seeks for the truth of who caused the plague by killing King Laius.
  • Oedipus wants the Shepherd to come and explain his story and what he knows.
  • Oedipus finds out the truth and says he is cursed because of what he did.
  • In revealing the murderer, Oedipus reveals his fate which shows the importance of acknowledging true knowledge vs. misunderstood knowledge.
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