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  • Title: Œdipe-Roi
  • Author: Sophocles Charles Georgin
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  • Page: 170
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  • Sophocles Charles Georgin

    Sophocles born c 496 bc, Colonus, near Athens Greece died 406, Athens , Greek German editions Sophokles, Russian , French editions Sophocle was an ancient Greek tragedy playwright Not many things are known about his life other than that he was wealthy, well educated and wrote about one hundred and twenty three plays of which few are extant One of his best known plays is Oedipus the King Oedipus Rex.


  • What can I say about Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex that has not already been said? Apart from the patricide and the infamous incest, this is an ancient tale of angst and overall calamity. But since I recently revisited it, this legendary tragedy hasn’t left my mind. "Look and learn all citizens of Thebes. This is Oedipus.He, who read the famous riddle, and we hailed chief of men,All envied his power, glory, and good fortune.Now upon his head the sea of disaster crashes down.”I felt after reading [...]

  • "Look and learn all citizens of Thebes. This is Oedipus.He, who read the famous riddle, and we hailed chief of men,All envied his power, glory, and good fortune.Now upon his head the sea of disaster crashes down.Mortality is man’s burden. Keep your eyes fixed on your last day.Call no man happy until he reaches it, and finds rest from suffering."I believe that in one way or another, everyone - at least to some extent - has heard of the story of Oedipus and Jocasta. It's one of those tales that' [...]

  • Sometimes life's a real bitch. Fate is unavoidable in ancient Greek Tragedy. Trying to avoid it will only lead to it, and doing nothing will lead you there too. So if a God tells you that you will die at the hands of your son, and that he will then go on to steal your wife, you’d best do nothing because it’s going to happen anyway. Any preventative action you take will only lead to the same ending. So, you’re pretty much screwed. You might as well lie down and accept it. The God's are mean [...]

  • Book Review4 out of 5 stars to Oedipus Rex, the first of "The Theban Plays," written by Sophocles around 430 BC. If you are unfamiliar with Greek tragedies, the thing you need to know most is that the authors often played with the concept of fate: not just that some things are meant to be or to come back and haunt you, but that there is always more going on than you realize at the time. This is one of the plays you should absolutely read. Although borderline spoiler, it's important to know 1 fac [...]

  • Οἰδίπους Τύραννος = Oedipus the King (The Theban Plays #1), Sophocles Oedipus Rex, also known by its Greek title, Oedipus Tyrannus (Ancient Greek: Οἰδίπους Τύραννος), or Oedipus the King, is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles that was first performed around 429 BC. Originally, to the ancient Greeks, the title was simply Oedipus (Οἰδίπους), as it is referred to by Aristotle in the Poetics. It is thought to have been renamed Oedipus Tyrannus to distinguish [...]

  • THE EYE THAT DIESI have not read Sophocles’ text recently, but listened tothisexceptional audio edition. Powerfully acted out, with an eerie chorus and dramatic music, it has been a superb experience.I have come back to this play now in a roundabout way. As part of a Seminar on Aesthetics, The Eye that Thinks, imparted in the Prado Museum, we were prompted by our Professor Félix de Azúa to read Oedipus in a Hegelian framework. We had been discussing the contributions of Hegel to Aesthetics, [...]

  • nothin like a forced reread in order to write a terrible paper -------classic oedipus!!! always going and getting himself into life-ruining, city-destroying shenanigans :')

  • Oedipus of Sophocles is a great work of art written by a great poet,this play symbolizes for the human misery and despaire torments of the human soul,the innocence and guilt,Wisdom Out of Suffering and Fate that determines many things no matter how we struggle to change it.Oedipus hears about his dreadful fate from the Delphic oracle and flees from Corinth. But instead of fleeing from his fate he runs into itOedipus a passionate heart,who ask questions and take risks,has all the qualities of a g [...]

  • If you ignored the spoiler alert with a smile of amusement, then you can imagine how I felt a few years ago when I attended one more staging of this play at the ancient theatre of Epidaurus. There I was, having to endure a very mediocre and rather boring production, but things changed as I realized that the family watching in front of me, a middle-aged couple and their children, all the members of that family were all ignorant of Oedipus’ transgressions. They were gradually discovering everyth [...]

  • “Fear? What has a man to do with fear? Chance rules our lives, and the future is all unknown. Best live as we may, from day to day.”

  • I'd say "spoiler alert" but it seems ridiculous . . . I've taught this play for years, and I think this year I finally decided what makes this play great. My students never feel sympathy for Macbeth, but they do for Oedipus, and that always used to bother me. They whine in their teenage attitudinal voices, "But he didn't know that was his father." I always respond, "So it's ok to KILL PEOPLE if they're not your father?!" In identifying with Oedipus, they forget the nature of the atrocities he co [...]

  • یک تراژدی به تمام معنا فوق‌العاده! واقعاً آدم نمی‌دونه چی بگه درباره‌ی نمایشنامه‌ای که 2500 سال پیش نوشته شده و انقدر حرفه‌ای داستان‌پردازی شده و انقدر دیالوگ‌هاش قویه! شدیداً توصیه می‌شه خوندنش!

  • Tek kelime ile mükemmel. Önsöz kitabın yarısını oluşturuyor ve önbilgi olması adına çok güzel detaylara yer verilmiş. Yalnız geçenlerde okuduğum Zweig eserinin önsözünde yaptıkları gibi yine bütün kitabın hikayesi özetleniyor. Zaten okurken anlayacağımız kısımların neden kısaca özetlendiğine bir türlü anlam veremesem de 2500 sene önce tanrıları ön plana çıkaran bir topluma ait bu eserde tanrıların "keyif",insanların da "kader" dedikleri bu alın yaz [...]

  • I'm being irreverent, but whenever I think of this work I cannot help recalling Mel Brooks in History of the World Part 1. Apart from the legendary, and infamous, incest, this is an ancient tale of psychological terror and angst. Human nature does not change and the themes Sophocles explored are still relevant today, this is truly a timeless work.

  • أوديب ملكاً - سوفوكليسلم أتوقع أنني سأتأثر بهذه التراجيديا بعدما سمعتها مرات ومرات وكدت أن أفقد دهشة الحكاية لولا قرائتي لهذه المسرحية , كونها من أكثر القصص والأساطير اليونانية شهرة على الإطلاق, قلت آن لي أن أقرأ هذه المسرحية الشهيرة التي أستوحاها سوفوكليس من الاسطورة اليون [...]

  • Pensaba que me iba a costar leerlo por el lenguaje pero para nada ha sido así. Es muy fácil de leer, y aunque es una historia que todos conocemos hay algún momento de sorpresa. La única pega que le pongo es que es muy corto, podían haber dado algún rodeo en lugar de ir tan al grano, pero aún así he disfrutado mucho leyéndolo.

  • نمايشنامه ى مشهور اديپ شهريار، يكى از بزرگترين تراژدى هاى يونان باستان.از لحاظ داستان، واقعاً اعجاب انگيزه. داستان ابتدا با معمايى شروع ميشه كه نجات شهر "تِبس" از نابودى به حل اون بسته است، ولى هيچ كس جوابش رو نميدونه. بعد كم كم كه معما حل ميشه، پاسخ وحشتناك و تراژيكش آشكار ميش [...]

  • "[] Θα το νιώσεις με τον καιρό καλά,τι ο χρόνος μόνο τον τίμιο άντρα φανερώνει· όμως το φαύλο σε μια μέρα τον γνωρίζεις."

  • The Ultimate of Greek Tragedies8 April 2012 This play is so messed up that a part of me says that it has to be based on true events. It is sort of like one of the arguments that people use regarding the authenticity of the Bible: every character (with the exception of Jesus Christ) is so flawed that one cannot consider that the stories have been made up. In particular we see the heroes of the Israelite nation, that being Abraham, Moses, and David, warts and all. However when us consider the Gre [...]

  • honestly, I feel bad for Oedipus. He left his house to do the right thing and try to avoid killing his dad, just to come across his real dad and kill him anyway. It's really unfortunate and it really sucks for him. And then he had to go and skewer his eyeballs like yikes he's not having a good time, is he ?RIP Oedipus eyes, I'm sorry this happened to you. Honestly, I know this play is super tragic, and it actually is interesting how he tried to avoid his fate which led to him fulfilling it anywa [...]

  • This is my first reading of the ancient Greek play. Like so many stories that are part of our cultural consciousness, I thought I was very familiar with the plot but was so wrong. I asked my husband what he knew of Oedipus Rex and he said the same thing I was thinking: man murders his father and marries his mother=oedipus complex ala Dr Sigmund Freud. That, of course, is what happens but the true tragedy is that it was not intended. In the opening scenes of the play, Thebes has been plagued by f [...]

  • Σύμφωνα με τον Αριστοτέλη το συγκεκριμένο έργο αποτελεί την τελειότερη τραγωδία. Έχει μια στυνομική πλοκή, διαπνέεται απο μια μεγαλειώδη τραγικότητα και ειρωνεία, λογοτεχνικά παιχνίδια και συμβολισμούς(σταυροδρόμι=σημείο μοιραίων αποφάσεων/Οιδίποδας=αυτός που έχει πρη [...]

  • إنني أريد أن أعرف الحقيقة -»- ليتك لا تعلمها»جحيم المعرفة، ونعيم الجهل. هذا هو ما تدور عنه القصة ههنا. تحكي المسرحية عن أوديب البطل الذي يحكم عليه أبوه طفلًا بأن يقتل، أملًا في تجنب المصير الأسود الذي تنبأ به أبولون له ولولده، بأن سيقتل على يديه ويضاجع ابنه زوجته. يبعد الطفل مع [...]

  • We all know the story that this play tells; it has been part of the cultural heritage that most of us have known for as long as we can remember, and many of us have read it any number of times. Each reading brings new insights, new questions, and rather than tell the story once again, I prefer to dwell on the thoughts and questions that this reading brought to my mind.Wherein lies the Evil in this play? In the prophecy and, apparently, the determinism of the gods that Oedipus will kill his fathe [...]

  • What's interesting about fate, and what's different from our world and Oedipus's, is that "fate" doesn't really exist in our world. No real oracles go around telling you you're going to sleep with your mother. Instead, it's a philosophical device. On one side you've got "free will" (traditional very Western, very American even with the idea of the individual going forward), and on the other side you've got your fatalists (see my mom and her Vietnamese cosmology [is that the word? Whatever, I’m [...]

  • I actually like this one better than Antigone, the subject is very disturbing, but I liked the writing a lot.

  • talihsiz oidipus! nasıl oldu da böyle çılgınlığa kapıldın?hangi intikamcı tanrı kara bahtını büsbütün kararttı? yazık oldu, ah yazık!çok isterdim seninle konuşmak, seni dinlemek, ama bakamıyorum yüzüne; dehşetten ürperiyorum!ufaktan edebiyatla, kahve ve kitaplarla iç içe olan bir yılı geride bırakıyorumrçok farklı tür eser okudum, araya bir de oyun sıkıştırmak istedimal oidipus'a başladım, resmen eski türk filmlerindeki bizanslı kötü adamların ortas [...]

  • Eh. That is all I want to say. This book was crazy. Oedipus's wife was really his mother, and gave birth to him then gave birth to his children. He stabs his own eyes out. I am so done with this book.

  • OMG this Oedipus dude just totally banged out his own mom LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLZBut really, there were descendants whose genetic makeup is irrevocably tied into my own that were walking the Earth when Sophocles wrote this play. And here I am, in 2017, thousands of years later, reading it. Literature serves humanity in subtle yet profound ways; it is one of the only bridges we have into the psychology of the past. The world is so goddamn complicated. Reading books like t [...]

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