oedipus

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  • HAMARTIA
  • I struck him back and he rolled out, and then i killed them all.
  • HUBRIS
  • You must be a conspirator in the deed. if you had eyes I would have said that you alone murdered him.
  • PERIPETEIA
  • On the slopes outside of town you were found, your ankles should be witnesses.
  • Oedipus shows hamartia when he kill an old man in the cross way who was his real father. This shows that driven by the anger and exasperation unintentionally caused the beginning of their own misfortune.  
  • ANAGNORISIS
  • The child was his child, but your wife would tell you best how all this was.
  • Oedipus shows hubris when he don't trust in the prophet and insult him, the prophet was to the service of the gods, this shows Oedipus don't respect what Apollo said insulting his power. 
  • NEMESIS
  • Oedipus shows peripeteia when he was a baby sentenced to dead by the believing of the king on the prophesy that when the baby become in a adult will kill him and married with his wife. This shows that even when he was sentenced to die the gods put his life in the hands of the shepherd who send him to other country saving him from the dead.    
  • CATHARSIS
  • Oedipus shows anagnorisis when speaking with the shepherd he learned all the truth of his past and how it all ended as the prophecy said. This shows that he always lived in ignorance of his past and origin, which gave him the opportunity to manufacturer a life full of pain.
  • Oedipus shows nemesis when he was aware that the prophecy was made reality even when he acted to never happen.  this shown that a mortal can't change his fate no matter how hard he try.
  • He tore the brooches from her and lifted them up high and dashed then into his own eyes balls.
  • Oedipus shows catharsis when he decide go to live in pain in the mountain like a forgotten man and blind. this shows he felt miserable, unworthy of living surrounded by more people for his curses and misfortunes.
  • Give me no more advice, my suffering are all my own.
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