"Oedipus the King"
In ancient Greek society it was believed that ones life is predestined and that ones fate is sealed. What is meant to occur will happen no matter what that person does, "if a man's contemptuous, and goes along with acts and speaks without respect for what is right and doesn't revere statues of gods, then let a sorry fate destroy him - for this perverse pride - since he unjustly reaps rewards, does not respect what's godly." In 'Oedipus the King' Oedipus' fate is doomed from his birth because of the actions of his ancestors "My own flesh and blood--dear sister, dear Ism…
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