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Jennifer Call Professor Davis FWS: The Mystery In the Story A Story Versus A Reality Mysteries, thrillers, whodunits, and other exhilarating pieces of work are full of symbolism, foreshadows and meanings. They stimulate their audience with a fascinating introduction, several scenes of mysteries, and a finale cracking the code. Readers expect reasoning and logic behind events that occur. Therefore, writers provide the public with what they want so they can sell their pieces of work. Dissonance is something all people avoid. Mysteries never solved, conspiracy theories, and unanswered questions give people discomfort. This causes utter chaos full of blames and lies. Someone has to detect the situation and give detailed rationalization to ease the pain of the unknown. The turmoil needs to be demolished by a professional without pointing fingers at easy targets and procuring phony assumptions. That is where I come in. So, let me introduce myself. I am a civil lawyer, a colleague of Dershowitz, and an adversary of Oedipus being guilty of incest and parricide. I am here to give a brief summary of what people believe Oedipus has done, explain the real background, and solve the mystery giving the correct explanation with a valid justification. The mystery opens up with desperate civilians crying for Oedipus’ help. Creon, Oedipus’ brother-in-law, explains that a plague is killing off an outrageous number of people because of the killing of Laius, Oedipus' predecessor as king. Once Oedipus understands the trouble, he promises not to stop his investigation of finding the truth of the murder until the criminal is killed and the pollution is expelled. Just in his voice it is obvious that Oedipus is concerned about the people and assures them by asking and
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stating, “Has something frightened you?
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