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By Sophocles

Los angeles ville de Thèbes est ravagée par los angeles peste. Son souverain, Oedipe, mène l'enquête. Il découvre que l'homme qu'il a tué jadis, Laïos, était son père, et qu'il a épousé sa propre mère, Jocaste, dont il a ecu quatre enfants. Elle se suicide, il se crève les yeux et s'exile. Une des plus belles tragédies de l'Histoire, modèle de l'enquête policière et de son suspens, de los angeles peinture de los angeles destruction de soi, et des kin problems qui tissent les liens familiaux, grande interrogation jetée au destin, cette pièce est à l'origine de nombreuses imitations (jusqu'à Gide et Cocteau) et de nombreux commentaires (jusqu'à Freud ou Jean-Pierre Vernant). «O lumière c'est los angeles dernière fois que je te vois, je suis né de qui je ne devais pas, je suis uni à qui je ne dois pas, j'ai tué qui je n'aurais pas dû.» Oedipe roi, IIIe épisode.

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