Unformatted text preview: not believe that he knew he was marrying his mother or that he killed his father. As a newborn, he was brought up by the king and queen of Cornith, where he was told by the Oracle of Delphi, that he would someday kill his father and marry his mother. Therefore, after this, he led himself to believe that he would never return to this town due to the fact of killing his father, but most of all, marring his mother. At this point, he was thinking just like any other human. Get out. Leeman 2 “Indeed I shall. I do. I vent it all on you. Yes, you, you planned this thing, and I suspect you of the very murder even, all but the actual stroke. And if you had your eyes I’d say you played the chief part to. (sophocles 20.)” And with this I come to a conclusion that he is not a cold-blooded murder, but a murder. He did a great cover up job, and do to the fact that he married his mother, shows that he didn’t know that he killed his father at first, or did he?...
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- Spring '10
- The Oedipus Plays, Oedipus Oedipus