Unformatted text preview: 4. The play didn’t make me rethink my values, but it did strengthen my belief in the theory that we are put on the earth with a certain destiny and that whether you know what it is or not you can’t change it. I believe we should face the truth about ourselves no matter how unflattering, and decide to either make the best of a bad truth or do what Oedipus did. 5. The play didn’t relate to me because so far I haven’t had any prophecies told to me that was so troubling I had to prove them false. 6. I felt that the time in which the play ran was okay, because it allowed for anyone watching it to understand the plot. 7. The subtext of the play makes one wonder: Do we really have control over our lives, or are we, as Shakespear put it, actors in someone's grand play? 8. I would recommend this play because it is a very sad and tragic story that can create positive thought and conversation on the inner workings of life....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course THEATER 110 taught by Professor Ponzek during the Summer '07 term at Atlantic Cape Community College.
- Summer '07