Oedipus Oedipus Even though "fate" seems to determine Oedipus life, he does, in fact, have a free will. His choices brought the prophecy to life. Only his decisions ( non influenced by anybody) he made. Of course those decisions were in side of the limits set by fate. When Oedipus heard a prophesy that his going to kill his stick and sleep with his mother he ran away, even when he rude(a) there were suspicions of him being the real son of his parents.
There close to lines from the play: "There was a homophile dining with us one day who had too much wine and man shouted at me-half drunk and shouting that I was not rightly called my fathers son. Without my parents knowledge, I went to Delphi, but Apollo did not say what I had gone to hear. Instead, he answered questions I had not asked and told of horror and trial beyond believe - how I would know my mothers bad and attempt the death of my own father." The prophecy drove the Oedipus awa...If you want to take up a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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