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Sight Versus Blindness
By John White
So,/ you mock my blindness? Let me tell you this./ You with your precious eyes,/ you're blind to the corruption of your life,"
"You,/ you'll see no more the pain I suffered, all the pain I caused!"
Sophocles uses sight and blindness as foreshadowing and irony many times throughout Oedipus Rex.
This is when Tiresias and Oedipus talk about who the murder is and how to end the plague that has struck Thebes.
This is when Oedipus stabs his eyes out and realizes that he has been blind to the truth the whole time and he realizes the horrors he has committed.
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