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The Limits of Political Rationalism: Enlightenment and Religion in Oedipus the Tyrant.
But before you leave, Bryan, you should note the flock of predatory eagles patrolling the ravine that Oedipus has recently traversed, along a precarious path hewn out of the cliff.
Given the potential medical interest of Oedipus Rex, we decided to adopt a critical perspective by analyzing the literary descriptions of the plague, unraveling its clinical features, defining the underlying cause, and discussing possible therapeutic options.
This reversal was not merely following the logic of the workings of the court, uncovering its hidden essence, but also a literary precedent Kafka was following, that of Oedipus Rex by Sophocles.
Ray's reading of Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus, and of Freud's reading of the same, emphasizes the elements of enigmatic otherness in the mythical story.
By recalling that scene, Socrates suggests that Sophocles--like Oedipus, Cephalus, and Solon--never escaped the many mad masters that conquer and divide the tyrannical psyche.
It concerns the infancy of Oedipus from his birth to the terrible act that his father performed right before his abandonment: the piercing of the child's feet.
Translated by Valentina Eftivoulou and directed by Andy Papadimitriou, the cast includes popular Stavros Louras as old Oedipus, the priest and Teiresias; Koullis Nicolaou as middle-aged Oedipus, Creon and Therapon; and Giorgos Kyriakou as young Oedipus, Creon and the messengers; and Stela Fyrogeni as Jocasta.
When I wrote my doctoral dissertation, I spent months working through Oedipus Aegyptiacus in the reading room of the Vatican Library.
In Oedipus Tyrannus, Oedipus is not a pawn of fate; he could have acted differently at four junctures or more.
The publication of "The Oedipus Myth and Reader Response in Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49" in Papers on Language and Literature in 1987 was a pivotal accomplishment in my career.