Buena Vista de “Oedipus The King”
Do you have a great understanding of “Oedipus the King”? The understanding
provoked by reading this story is not accidental but intentional. Sophocles
wants the reader to walk away with condemnation and regret. The reader can
not help but to walk away from the book with a better understanding of fate.
The knowledge gained is going to be different for each reader. To
understand the story, an eye examination
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