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I'll tell you quickly and you can quickly hear: Jocasta's gone, the queen.
Dead? Poor lady! How?
We saw her hanged, twisted, tangled, from a halter. Their happiness of long ago, true happiness, now turned to tears this day, to ruin, death, and shame; No evil absent by whatever cursed name.
She killed herself. The moment she burst into that palace, running through the doors demented, she made for the bridal bed, plunging her fingers though her hair and slamming shut the door behind her.
Friends, it was apollo, spirit of apollo. He made this evil fruitily. Oh yes , I pierced my eyes, my useless eyes, why not? When all that's sweet had parted from vision.
Man of havoc, how could you hate your sight so? What demon so possessed you?
A palace official hurries out of the palace to tell the news after witnessing the queen kill herself because she realized that the fate could not be changed.
The palace official told the chorus everything while he starred surprised and in fear.
Oedipus stabbed himself in the eyes after learning that he married his mother Jocasta. Blinded, he staggered down the steps of the palace.
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