1 Characters plot 1 plot 2 plot 3 irony themes 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 2 characters 3 plot 1 4 plot 2 5 plot 3 6 irony 7 themes 8 Oedipuss wife 9 Iocaste (Jocasta) 10 was unaware of his true parentage 11 Oedipus 12 acts as a FOIL to Oedipus 13 Creon 14 was willing to live in incest 15 Iocaste (Jocasta) 16 it could be argued that HE was responsible for Oeds fate 17 Shepherd 18 reason Oedipus became King 19 Solved the riddle of the Sphinx 20 the gods command for the people to get rid of the plague 21 find the killer of Laius 22 this character works with the gods and speaks TRUTH 23 Teiresias 24 town where most of play takes place 25 Thebes 26 Reason Oedipus gets angry at Teiresias 27 He is told he is the killer of Laios 28 What Oedipus means 29 Swollen Foot 30 time period of story 31 one day 32 name of town where Oedipus was raised 33 Corinth 34 how Oedipus first learns of his parents 35 he was told about it at a party 36 prophecy given to Laios and Jocasta 37 Your son will kill his father 38 prophecy given to Oedipus 39 You will kill your father and marry your mother 40 the place where Laios was killed 41 where 3 roads meet 42 the punishment for the killer of Laios 43 exile 44 the fate of Oedipuss daughters 45 no man will love them 46 reason Oedipus gives for gouging out his eyes 47 he couldnt look at all of the shame he caused 48 irony behind Oedipuss self punishment 49 he couldnt see the truth 50 By avenging Laios I will protect myself 51 he brought about his doom by avenging Laios 52 I will fight for Laios like he was my father 53 Laios was his father 54 I am a child of Luck 55 He was unlucky 56 Daily Double!! 57 Oedipus makes fun of Ts blindness 58 Oedipus ultimately blinds himself 59 give an example of the peoples respect for gods 60 the punishment changes if the gods are wronged 61 an example of the role of FATE 62 by trying to avoid prophecy Oedipus ran in to it 63 Jocastas attempt to stop Oedipuss search is an example of this 64 Ignorance is bliss 65 going to the oracle to find solutions to problems 66 respect for gods 67 reasons this is a tragedy 68 eternal suffering tragic flaw feeling of sympathy at the end
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