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Storr, BA Formerly Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge From the Loeb Library Edition Originally published by Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA and William Heinemann Ltd, London First published in 1912 ARGUMENT To Laius, King of Thebes, an oracle foretold that the child born to … /XObject << /OPBaseFont0 7 0 R /XObject << This Xist Classics edition has been professionally formatted for e-readers with a linked table of contents. >> ENG2330 Unit II Lecture Outline F18.pdf ENG2330 Unit II Lecture Outline F18.pdf. /OPBaseFont0 7 0 R << 323 0 obj /Next 105 0 R 62 0 obj endobj >> /Rotate 0 136 0 obj Antigone and Oedipus Study Guide.pdf Antigone and Oedipus Study Guide.pdf. /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R /Type /Encoding /MediaBox [ 0 0 703 572 ] /XObject << /Contents 305 0 R endobj endobj /Prev 54 0 R endobj /Name /OPBaseFont5 >> /Resources 189 0 R 259 0 obj /Type /Page /Type /Page Edited with introduction and notes by Sir Richard Jebb. 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Storr, BA Formerly Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge From the Loeb Library Edition Originally published by Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA and William Heinemann Ltd, London First published in 1912 ARGUMENT endobj /XObject << Sophocles wrote over 120 plays, but only seven have survived in a complete form: Ajax, Antigone, Women of Trachis, Oedipus Rex, Electra, Philoctetes and Oedipus at Colonus. /Prev 112 0 R endobj They were most likely performed decades apart from one another. /Contents 271 0 R /OPBaseFont3 19 0 R /Contents 193 0 R >> << /Resources 310 0 R << William Heinemann Ltd.; The Macmillan Company. 29 0 obj [ 213 0 R 344 0 R ] /Parent 290 0 R 280 0 obj The Oedipus at Colonus of Sophocles. /OPBaseFont5 36 0 R /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R endobj [ 173 0 R 331 0 R ] /Kids [ 166 0 R 197 0 R 228 0 R 259 0 R 290 0 R 321 0 R ] endobj << << Oedipus promises to reveal his identity to them, but only after they promise him to not force him out of Attica. 78 0 obj << /XObject << /Prev 124 0 R endobj /Next 78 0 R /Contents 274 0 R /Resources 195 0 R /Parent 4 0 R endobj Oedipus at Colonus. << 276 0 obj 200 0 obj /Prev 139 0 R ANTIGONE. /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R /Parent 4 0 R 320 0 obj /Next 14 0 R endobj /ImagePart_47 155 0 R >> /Type /Encoding /ImagePart_42 140 0 R /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R << /Title (Page 17) /Prev 14 0 R /Resources 319 0 R /Parent 4 0 R >> /Type /Page endobj endobj /Font << 68 0 obj 87 0 obj >> /Contents 224 0 R >> /ImagePart_15 58 0 R /Dest [ 132 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] /Type /Font %PDF-1.5 >> /Type /Page /Prev 48 0 R Sophocles' Oedipus the King remains as as significant and vitally affecting today as it was twenty-five centuries ago. /Dest [ 86 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] /XObject << /Dest [ 29 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] endobj /Subtype /Type1 /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R /Parent 166 0 R /ProcSet 3 0 R >> /Next 127 0 R /Type /Encoding endobj 288 0 obj >> 196 0 obj >> 270 0 obj /Dest [ 153 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] /Resources 245 0 R endobj endobj /ProcSet 3 0 R 99 0 obj /Rotate 0 The purpose of these tragedies was to not only entertain but also to educate the Greek citizen, to explore a problem. /ProcSet 3 0 R 218 0 obj /ImagePart_50 164 0 R >> /Contents 296 0 R /XObject << >> >> << >> /MediaBox [ 0 0 703 572 ] endobj endobj /ProcSet 3 0 R 13 0 obj /MediaBox [ 0 0 703 572 ] /XObject << << /OPBaseFont1 11 0 R /Dest [ 77 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] Apollo, who, in prophesying many ills for me, also declared that in time's fullness this very place would be a place of peace for me, an exile's end where refuge is beside the altars of the awesome deities. /Title (Page 13) >> /Count 10 /OPBaseFont2 12 0 R /OPBaseFont6 37 0 R endobj 215 0 obj /Resources 242 0 R /Next 118 0 R Sophocles. /Prev 115 0 R >> The Annenberg CPB/Project provided support for entering this text. endobj /Type /Page >> >> /Prev 21 0 R >> << /ProcSet 3 0 R /Dest [ 117 0 R /XYZ 0 572 null ] /Contents 299 0 R 177 0 obj /Resources 183 0 R /Type /Page /Type /Page [ 287 0 R 368 0 R ] The Loeb classical library, 20. /ProcSet 3 0 R 129 0 obj >> The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of 259 pages and is … << /Encoding << 180 0 obj /Resources 230 0 R Along with Aeschylus and Euripides, Sophocles represents the greatest of the Greek playwrights. << << /Rotate 0 /Prev 27 0 R /Parent 4 0 R /XObject << << Edited with introduction and notes by Sir Richard Jebb. 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