Oedipus The King1
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Justin Martin Word Count: 200
The Whole Play #1 Oedipus
November 3, 2000
Oedipus acts in the manner that a king should act for his people because everything Oedipus did was performed in hopes of relieving his country of its dreadful plague. One single tragic flaw in Oedipus can not be awarded as the reason for his downfall that was required by Aristotle, because he had two tragic flaws. One of Oedipus’ tragic flaws was his inability to control is anger. A perfect example of his this is when Oedipus forces the Tiresias to give him information about the death of Laius. Oedipus threatened the seer’s life and accused him as an aid in Laius’ murder when the seer refused to speak. Oedipus’ pride and determination later give aid to his downfall. In his constant effort to find Laius’ murderer, he forces a shepherd to s...
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