The Tragedy of Oedipus the King

Title: The Tragedy of Oedipus the King
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The Tragedy of Oedipus the King
The Tragedy of Oedipus the King Man must accept responsibility for both his own actions and the consequences of those mistakes he comes to make. No excuse or point of finger should take away from his duties of taking responsibility. The events in Oedipus the King, written by Sophocles, shows an underlying relationship of man's free will existing within the order or fate, which the Greeks believed guided the vast universe. Man was free to …showed first 75 words of 702 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 702 total…to a tragedy. And the chorus exemplifies this very well. They leave the spectators with a word of insight at the conclusion of the play. The only way to true happiness is not taking anything for granted, and always remember to have respect towards the gods, or one will end up like Oedipus. The chorus speaks the truth and sums up the tragedy in one sentence for all to understand and for all to remember.

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