Oedipus' hamartia is his anger. His anger leads him to unjustly accuse Creon of murdering Laius.
Oedipus as a Tragic Hero Using Aristotle's 6 Principles
Hamartia: The flaw that causes the downfall of the hero and makes him more relatable.
Oedipus showed hubris when he assumed that he could deal with any problem presented by Apollo.
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Hubris: Excessive pride
When the Shepherd told Oedipus the identity of his birth parents, he realized his grave mistake and the fact that he fulfilled the prophecy.
Peripeteia: A sudden reversal of fortune Anagnorisis: Turning ignorance into knowledge
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