In Oedipus rex and Oedipus Coloneus Sophocles stages a king that, in opposing to the traditional religious culture of Tiresias a rational thinking, puts curses and leaves to the chorus the task of praying. Nonetheles, on two occasions Oedipus, being in trouble, addresses the gods: he cries the name of Zeus (OT 738) and asks the Erinyes to have pity on himself (OC 84-110)

Edipo, il re che non prega

VOLPE, Paola
2010

Abstract

In Oedipus rex and Oedipus Coloneus Sophocles stages a king that, in opposing to the traditional religious culture of Tiresias a rational thinking, puts curses and leaves to the chorus the task of praying. Nonetheles, on two occasions Oedipus, being in trouble, addresses the gods: he cries the name of Zeus (OT 738) and asks the Erinyes to have pity on himself (OC 84-110)
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