Oedipus Rex is a typical disaster that shows how King Oedipus does some despicable things that led to his bad luck and ultimately end his control as the "King of Thebes." I will be flouting down the Plot, Structure and Background of this play, and then go more in depth into the theme.
The Scheme in Oedipus Rex had a set outline. The play opens with an Introduction, which is in the form of a conversation. In the Introduction, the leading role lays down the declaration for the rest of the play to continue. In Oedipus Rex, in the prologue all the necessary details about Laius' execute are on hand. These work as grounds for the additional expansion of the plot. The prologue ends with a choral ode called the Parodos.
The prologue is followed by the Exhibition. In this operate the leading role repeat the announcement from the introduction. This announcement is developed and explained by him in the dialogue. With the introduction of a new character, the plot takes on a dissimilar circle. In Oedipus Rex, the old prophet Tires as entrance and his revelations about Oedipus' birth and life serve this point. This is where the clash in the scheme is accessible. The Show also ends with an ode called Stasimon I. The Show is followed by the subsequent Perform. This symbols the boost of action in the play. This is the best act and is divided into three scenes: the deviation between Oedipus and Creon, the interfering and point of vision by Jocasta and the discussion between Oedipus and Jocasta. This is an act of high play as the action reaches its peak. The best moment is poised as this act ends with a choral ode, the second Stasimon.
The third act or the best moment follows the second act of lofty stroke. In this proceed all the questions raised in the successive act find enlightenment. The privacy of Oedipus' terrible life is solved and the play reaches its climax and the hard luck is complete. In the fourth Stasimon, this ends the third scene, the chorus...