No, wife! I will not give up until i know the whole truth of who killed Laius!
Oedipus's Hamartia, was his inability to see the truth even when it was right in front of him.
Oedipus, stop searching if you love your life, i beg you! you do not want to know the truth!
Tiresias! You are a liar, old man! Creon put you up to this didn't he? It isn't true, i would remember it if i did it, you lying old man!
It is you, Oedipus! YOU are the true murderer! One day you will be blind just like me, and everyone will hate you!
Oedipus shows his Hubris, by being disrespectful to his fate, and claiming the truth to be lies
Oh light! Old man, it is I who killed Laius. I am the murderer, raised by the wrong parents!
After talking with the Shepherd, Oedipus realizes that he is the murderer. This is his Anagnorisis.
Wife OHHH wife! Tiresias was right! I have been sleeping with my mother, and i killed my father and my mother! Oh what a terrible reversal of fate! I must be punished for the awful things i have done *stabs eyes out*
Oedipus's peripeteia is when Jacosta kills herself and he stabs his eyes out and his fate is reversed
Creon, you must exile me from the city to please the Gods. I will live in solitude in the mountains of kitheron, where i was left to die
This is Oedipus's nemesis. Exile is a punishment that he cannot avoid
we must first ask Apollo, poor brother
Catharsis is throughout the whole play. The audience knows things that Oedipus is too blind to see. They know all the evil things that he did, and his unavoidable punishment