Oedipus Rex (by Sophocles) analysis essay in the form of an interview (easily edited) includes quotes from the text and line references
Defying the will of the gods, such as Creon leaving Polynices' body unburied in Antigone seems to be a serious offence. How does the will of the gods influence life in Athens?
Sophocles: The will of the gods are largely influencial ideals in Greek life. By largely I mean that everyone lives their lives in constant fear of the gods in the knowledge that one wrong move to offend them and they could be doomed for eternity. The tragedy of Antigone is that Creon knows he is defying the will of the gods, but his pride overcomes him and he doesn't attempt to redeem himself until i…
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