Oedipus

Oedipus
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  • This is an example of fate vs. free will, which is conflict.  Oedipus is trusting that God is going to deterine what happens to the people of Thebes, whether its good or bad. 
  • God will decide whether we prosper or remain in sorrow. 
  • I Oedipus whom all men call the Great
  • This is an example of Hubris. Its representing Oedipus' tragic flaw which is his abundance of pride.
  • O ruler of my country, Oedipus.
  • This is an example of sight. It represents hoe Oedipus doesn't see the sin that is right in front of him, and the reason why there is a curse. 
  • You have your eyes but see not where you are in sin, nor where you live, nor whom you live with
  • This is a literal representation of sight. Oedipus is making fun of Teiresias for his blindness. 
  • Your life is one long night so that you cannot hurt me or any other who sees the light. 
  • This is an example of dramatic irony because we as the audience know that Oedipus' temper is what invoked the curse.
  • You blame my temper but you do not see your own that lives within you; it is me you chide.
  • This is an example of of foreshadowing because Oedipus is foreshadowing the conflict that is to arise in the future because Oedipus doesn't know that he is the "pollution"
  • I command all to drive him from their homes since he is our pullution
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