The Role of Fate in Oedipus

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What is fate? According to dictionary.com, fate is something that unavoidably befalls a person. In other words fate is uncontrollable. Oedipus the King was a very popular Greek tragedy performed around the 5th century that depicts how's ones fate is unavoidable no matter what may happen...
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What is fate? According to dictionary.com, fate is something that unavoidably befalls a person. In other words fate is uncontrollable. Oedipus the King was a very popular Greek tragedy performed around the 5th century that depicts how's ones fate is unavoidable no matter what may happen...
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