Lit 150 Cahracter Analyzes

Lit 150 Cahracter Analyzes - Ryan McLoone Lit 150:...

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Ryan McLoone Lit 150: Character Analyzes In the story of Oedipus there are many vital characters to the story which is unfolding as we read in class, one key character in particular, Creon. Creon is Oedipus’s brother-in-law who shares much of the same powers that Oedipus holds. At this point in the story, Creon has played a very critical part in the development of the story. As a reader who is aware of everything going on in the story you begin to see Creon as a level headed advisor, who does not want any more than he already has. Creon is already treated the same as a king would normally be treated. He is recognized by the people of Thebes as well as respected. He is already a rich man in terms of wealth and he even makes it clear to Oedipus that he has no interest in changing things, because his set up as advisor and family to Oedipus is enough. Creon does not have to deal with the pressures that a king might have to but still reaps the same benefits. Now with an understanding of who Creon it is now possible to understand what role he
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