Oedipus story board

Oedipus story board
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  • HAMARTIA
  • Wait are you two working together to take the crown from me ? I should punish you both 
  • HUBRIS
  • HA!! I solved the Sphinx riddle do you think I cant remember what i did or what I didn't ?
  • PERIPETEIA
  • Oedipus shows hamartia when he insults his brother-in-law and Tiresias, in scene 1 "indeed i'm angry, you mus be conspirator in dead if you had eyes, I would say that you murder him", This anger affect him because he didn't wanted to see the truth. This shows hubris because he insults his brother in law and the prophet.
  • ANAGNORIS
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  • Oedipus shows hubris when he thinks he is more clever than the blind prophet, In scene 1 it said "before I have defeated the Sphinx by answering its riddle. where are the prophecy  then?" This means that Oedipus is being arrogant he thinks that the blind prophet is dumb.
  • NEMESIS
  • Oedipus, fates can't be changed, so you will kill your father and lie with your mom 
  • Oedipus shows peripeteia when he had to leave the kingdom in scene 4 Creon says "Do not ask for everything your way, you tried to give order to us" This means hes no longer a king, he had to leave his kingdom and lose everything.
  • CATHARSIS
  • OH my poor darling, cont cry creon will bed a good 'father' for you 
  • Oedipus shows Anagorisis in scene 4 when he discovers the truth about his fate, In scene 4 Oedipus says "I pitted it and thought I could send it of to an other country but I saved for the most trouble" This was when Oedipus discovers about his past and realized that fates cant be changed. 
  • Oedipus shows nemesis in scene 4 when he went to god Apollo and Apollo told him the truth about his fate but he ran away from his fate "I went to the Oracle to learn more foretold me, I went doomed to lie with my mom and kill my father" this shows that fate can't be changed. 
  • Oedipus shows catharsis in scene 4 when he says " But i beg you look after my poor unhappy daughters." This shows catharsis because now his daughters have to live without him and be risen by Creon. The audience feels pity because Oedipus was a good king and a good father.
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