Oedipus suffer's from Hubris - Isaac De La Luz Period 3 Oedipus Oedipus being the king he is suffers from Hubris Him suffering from Hubris could

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Isaac De La Luz Period 3 9/7/18 Oedipus Oedipus being the king he is suffers from Hubris. Him suffering from Hubris could all stem from the point he saved Thebes and was crowned a savior and a king. When he’s telling his people what the plague has done he mentions, “... to make sure all these orders take effect, for my sake, for the sake of the god, and for our… ruined land” (Line 293-295). When Oedipus pleads for the someone to call out the killer he wants it for his “sake” he wants it this plague to end so that it no longer hurts him even more and during this same plead he mentions it’s also for the sake of “god”. In the same sentence he compare his own sake to “god” which can be taken as him thinking himself as a god to these people. A king usually punishes the killer but Oedipus has

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