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Oedipus Rex Essay Hook



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Oedipus Rex Essay Hook


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A hook in a play is a device that captures the audience's attention and keeps them interested in the story that is unfolding. In Oedipus Rex, the hook is the mystery of who killed Laius, the king of Thebes before Oedipus.


Oedipus Rex can be read as a play about destiny. Before the play begins, the gods have set his destiny as a horrific one - to kill his father and marry his mother. Once Oedipus learns his fate, he attempts to avoid it by leaving the couple he believed to be his parents, but his plan to thwart destiny only serves to make those prophesies come true. In a well-developed essay, explore the ideas of free will and predetermination in the play. Can the characters be held responsible for their actions? Do any of their choices matter? Look specifically at Oedipus, but address Jocasta and Creon as well.


An oracle had told Queen Jocasta that her son would kill her husband and marry her, so she left her son, Oedipus, to die. Unknowingly to her, Oedipus survives and kills his father without knowing, marrying his mother and becoming King. Queen Jocasta hangs herself when the truth is revealed, and King Oedipus uses her pins to blind himself and goes into exile. These are the focal points that are meant to be discussed in an essay on Oedipus the King.


While there are numerous essay topics on Oedipus the King, a common aspect is the clear depiction of the characters. Each central character is pivotal to the Theban series play which includes; Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone. The central characters in the book include:


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