The Tragic Hero: Oedipus.
Fulfilling a role as a tragic hero would be a very tough task to complete. Oedipus, in "Oedipus the King" by Sophocles, makes it look easy. His fate along with his poor choice allows him to fall. Sophocles portrays Oedipus as not overly good or bad which is one major element of the tragic hero. The audience is also involved in such that they fear and pity the character, also vital to the tragedy. Sophocles builds suspense throughout the story and allows Oedipus to reach tremendous heights, then fall suddenly to an all time low. This fall is a direct result of Oedipus' tragic flaw. Oedipus…
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