He's Just Not That Into You

Sphinx marries mom pestilence oedipus seeks the

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Unformatted text preview: gedy Prophecy for King Laius Attempts to expose son But Oedipus is taken to Corinth Oedipus informed he is not his parents’ Oedipus true son true Delphic oracle Delphic Oed runs away from Corinth Story of Oedipus Story Kills a man (Dad) and co. Sphinx Marries Mom Pestilence Oedipus seeks the murderer Tiresias Blindness and insight Narcissus and Oedipus Narcissus Obsessed with a false Obsessed other other Prophecy given to Prophecy Liriope “If he does not come to know himself” himself” Moment of peripeteia Moment peripeteia and anagnorisis anagnorisis coincide coincide Obsessed with a false Obsessed other other Apollonian maxim: Apollonian “Know thyself”, which governs Oedipus story story Moment of peripeteia Moment peripeteia and anagnorisis anagnorisis coincide coincide Narc and Oed continued Narc The person he’s been The trying to embrace is himself himself Experiences reversal Experiences as most beautiful and desired youth desired The person he’s been The hunting is himself hunting Experiences reversal Experiences as King of Thebes as HJNTIY If He’s Running Away From You From Hermaphroditus and Salmacis Son of Hermes and Aphrodite The nymph, Salmacis, falls in The love with him and prays that they become one they Salmacis Salmacis Etiology explaining Etiology the bad reputation of the spring Salmacis Salmacis Makes a man Makes effeminate or passive; womanly passive; HJNTIY If He’s Into Your Sister HJNT...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2009 for the course CLASSICS 222 taught by Professor Lopez during the Summer '07 term at Ohio State.

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