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Creon in this way fills in as a rotate about which Oedipus turns in his differentiating expressions of fearlessness and dishonor" (Kirkwood 70). He disregarded others as well as even blamed them for the wrongdoing. "Oedipus is glad and arrogant; he harbors uncalled-for doubts against Teiresias and Creon" (Dodds 19). Instead of recognizing the data of different characters, Oedipus was undermined by their endeavors to help. "The doubt is affirmed, the association among Creon and Teiresias is set up, and the presence of the entire trap of ill will stands substantiated as actuality" (Reinhardt 51). Oedipus felt that he didn't require different characters. It was his craving for reality and his pursuit; he didn't need assistance from any other individual. Oedipus proceeded with his way alone with the very force and want for reality that he had since the report from the king. We become involved with the journey, it burns-through us, and it turns into our focal concern. Oedipus Rex was tied in with King Oedipus mission to find his cause. He required consolation, by and

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