This is about the greek tragidy Oedipus. Includes quotes. About one of the themes From ingorance to knowledge.
From Ignorance to Knowledge
In the Greek Tragedy Oedipus, Oedipus moves closer to knowledge and truth as each scene progresses, but something distracts him from it. Each scene advances his search and delays his discovery. In the end he finally realizes his blindness, and he greatly punishes himself for is actions. This is just one of the three themes in the Greek Tragedy.
In scene one the oracle Teiresias, who has just seen the god Apollo, meets with Oedipus. Oedipus requests the knowledge of the murder of king Laios, but Teiresias holds it back until Oedipus continually harasses him about…
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