Oedipus the King
Can too much of a thing be bad? Where does one draw the line at how much is enough and what is over the top? Relating it to Sophocles, Oedipus' relentless drive to uncover the truth in Oedipus the King is both fueled by its firm determination and utter pride. It is this excessive pride he has that leads him to his mysterious past, his self-discovery, the catastrophe.
Sophocles said that a man should never consider himself fortunate unless he can look back on his life and remember that life without pain. For Oedipus Rex, looking back is impossible to do without pain. This pain stems from hi…
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