How Does Oedipus Characterize Himself?

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The the classic literature Oedipus Rex Oedipus characterizes himself as cursed by birth. He also feels that he is cursed by family and by murder. He says that he is repulsive to mortals. He feels that he is repulsive to the gods. He feels horrible about the fact of the humiliation that he passes on to the sister Princess Anigone and Ismene. He also feels bad that his humiliation passes on to his daughter's and his half sisters. He feels that he is completely cursed.
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