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OEDIPUS

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erika steinger

on 24 April 2015

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Transcript of OEDIPUS

OEDIPUS
Vote!
Could Oedipus's parents have changed his fate?
Could Oedipus have altered his fate?
Would the story have ended in the same way if Oedipus's parents had never met the Oracle?
Is our future pre-determined before birth, or decided based on our behavior?
Is fate a punishment or part of a larger plan?
Oedipus: Take 2
As we reread the story, annotate your text with evidence to support the chosen discussion question
Conclusion
Do Now
Answer the following question in your notebook.
Was Oedipus at fault for his self-destruction, or is someone else to blame?
Oedipus: A Tragic Hero?
Is Oedipus a tragic hero? Support your answer.
Consider the following:
Hamartia (tragic flaw)
Perpeteia: reversal of fortune, is brought about by the tragic flaw
Anagnorisis: hero makes a critical discovery
Nemesis: fate that cannot be reversed
Catharsis: tone (fear or pity) that the audience is left with after the hero's fall
Thursday, April 23rd
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