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"Oedipus the King" as a tragedy by Sophocles.
"Oedipus the King" is a tragedy. A tragedy is defined as a dramatic or literary work in which the principal character engages in a morally significant struggle ending in ruin or profound disappointment. Sophocles uses many techniques to create the feelings of fear and pity in his readers. This in turn creates an excellent tragedy.
The play "Oedipus the King" by Sophocles, displays many qualities that make it an immense Greek tragedy. According to definition by Aristotle, "There are only five things that can describe a tragedy." The play has to have a tragic hero, preferably of noble statur…
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