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Dark paths: ppt four.

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A story filled with intrigues from the common days of life.

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Response to the painting OedipusRex.

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Oedipus Rex or Oedipus the King is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles performed in the early 400s B.C.

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What makes this play so savagely ironic?

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Oedipus is the tragic hero of Oedipus Rex by Sophocles and translated by Robert Fagles. There is much that characterizes him as a tragic hero.

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What would it be like for Dante to meet Oedipus in Hell? Set in the same rhyme scheme as the original Italian.

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A poem I wrote. Not for the faint of heart.

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Jack had woken with a heady bump that morning; suffocated, gasping for air in the glare of an inexplicable dread, left with nothing but some sense that he had just oh-so-nearly lost his eyes.

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A little bit of politics and a whole lot of allusions.

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