Oedipus - Fate vs. Free Will.
Fate vs. Free Will
Sophocles' three Theban Plays are arranged in a manner that from the beginning, the audience is aware of the outcome and of Oedipus' fate. Oedipus learns that he is fated to kill his father and marry his mother. In trying to avoid his fate, he flees his land to construct a different life. Oedipus believes that he has thwarted his fate but the audience knows otherwise. The audience understands why Oedipus sees the world and himself the way he does but at the same time, the audience knows he is wrong. However, there is no sense during the play that Oedipus is compell…
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