OEDIPUS: A NOBLE PAWN IN SOPHOCLES "OEDIPUS THE KING"
A man's actions are truly his own. These actions determine his character. In order for a man to be considered noble he must possess outstanding qualities and show these qualities through his actions. In "Oedipus the King," by Sophocles, Oedipus proves that all though his destiny is predetermined, it is his actions that make him the "noblest of men" (Prologue 48). Oedipus, though the gods have kept him tragically blind to the truth remains noble of character.
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