Oedipus The King. Period 2 English DD. Citizens begged the king to lift the plague . PLEASE!!! Lift the Plague!! WE BEG YOU!. I sent Creon to the oracle to find out what is wrong, my people!. We must find the murder of Laius . The punishment of the murder will end the plague!.
Period 2 English
PLEASE!!! Lift the Plague!! WE BEG YOU!
I sent Creon to the oracle to find out what is wrong, my people!
We must find the murder of Laius. The punishment of the murder will end the plague!
At once Oedipus sets out to solve the murder!
You killed Laius!
Oedipus mocks and rejects the prophet ordering him to leave!
There will be incestuous marriage and a future of blindness, infamy, and wandering.
Oedipus went to Queen infamy, and wandering.Jocasta for advice
Ignore the prophecies. I was once told that my Laius would die at the hands of our son. It didn’t come true because our son died abandoned and Laius died by robbers.
Oedipus becomes distressed by infamy, and wandering.Jocasta's remarks because just before he came to Thebes he killed a man who resembled Laius at a crossroads. To learn the truth, Oedipus sends for the only living witness to the murder, a shepherd.
Another worry haunts Oedipus. As a young man, he learned from an oracle that he was fated to kill his father and marry his mother. Fear of the prophecy drove him from his home in Corinth and brought him ultimately to Thebes
Don’t worry about the prophecies! infamy, and wandering.
Polybus infamy, and wandering., King of Corinth, has died of old age.
Jocasta rejoices, thinking that this is proof that the prophecy Oedipus heard is worthless. Oedipus still worries about fulfilling the prophecy about marrying his mother.
Hearing what he thinks is good news from the messenger, he finds out Polybus and Merope are not his real parents.
But that the messenger himself gave Oedipus to the royal couple when a shepherd offered him an abandoned baby from the house of Laius.
Please don’t go Oedipus!!
You are actually the son of Laius and finds out Jocasta!
Tell what you know or I will kill you!
Oedipus is agonized by his fate learning that he has killed his father and married his mother.
Rushing into the palace Oedipus finds that the Queen has killed herself.
Tortured, frenzied, Oedipus takes the pins from her gown and rakes out his eyes, so that he can no longer look upon the misery he has caused.
Ariana rakes out his eyes, so that he can no longer look upon the misery he has caused. Grande as Queen Jocasta
Jason Segel as the blind prophet
Louis Tomlinson as the messenger
Niall Horan as King Oedipus
Patrick Swayze as the Shepherd
Liam Payne as Creon