Man Vs. Man In Oedipus The King

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At the beginning of this play the plague has struck the city of Thebes and citizens are gathered outside the royal palace. The citizens of Thebes ask Oedipus, the king of Thebes, for a response to a plague, but the plague will end when Laius's murderer leaves the city. Oedipus is the main character and the protagonist in this play. He represents a strong ruler determined to save his city. There are two types of conflicts in this play, man vs himself and man vs man. Man vs himself happens when Oedipus found out he caused the plague and fights with himself whether to leave or kill himself. Man vs Man happens when Tiresias is yelling at Oedipus and accuse of Oedipus of being the killer, but Oedipus thinks that Tiresia is the killer. The theme
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