Oedipus

Oedipus
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  • line 7, Hubris is having excessive pride,  Oedius has alot of pride when saying that everyone thinks he is the Great.
  • "I Oedipus whom all men call the Great."
  • Hubris
  • line 31-32, taken on a human quality, the black death is inanimate but is described as killing the land and its people. 
  • Personification
  • "...emptied of its people while black Death grows rich in groaning and in lamentation" 
  • line 469, dramatic irony because the reader knows the secret of his marriage but Oedipus does not know yet that Jocasta is his mother. 
  • "... when you shall learn the secret of your marriage"
  • Dramatic Irony
  • line 462- 464, foreshadowing because towards the end of the story Oedipus realizes he cursed himself and scoops out his eyeballs and asks to be banished to fufil the curse.
  • Foreshadowing
  • line 1342-1343, the theme of sight, he was not physcially blind but he was blind to his background. He takes out his eyes so that he is blind to the crime that he has committed. 
  • Theme of Sight
  • line 1523-1526, Catharsis is the realease of emotions pity fear or sadness, Oedipus fears for his daughters and wants Creon to look over them. 
  • Catharsis
  • "... double striking curse, shall drive you forth... with darkness on your eyes.
  • " they will never see the crime I have committed or had done upon me! "
  • " But my two girls- so sad and pitiful-... O Creon, have a thought for them!"
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