Literary style analysis of Oedipus by Thomas Blackburn
There are many levels of pain, some of which are discomfort, grief, and agony. In his poem "Oedipus", Thomas Blackburn uses diction, imagery, and organization to create a tone of suffering that truly exemplifies pain at its greatest, as well as a tone of feebleness and impotence.
<Tab/>From the beginning of the poem, Blackburn's diction suggests Oedipus's immorality and wretchedness. For example, Oedipus's shadow is "monstrous", representing his horrific past and future as a monster. However, Oedipus is soon transformed into a powerless and blind being. The poem describes…
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