The Death of Jocasta
Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex" is the epitome of Greek tragedy. The play displays a kingly character, Oedipus, who through his character flaw meets his catastrophic fate. The story relates everything a Greek tragedy should have, but it leaves many pieces unresolved and the minor characters do not receive any explanations for their actions. One of these characters is Oedipus' wife and mother, Jocasta. She plays a major role in the play and ends up committing suicide; however, the audience is left to wonder why she took her own life. …
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