Oedipus vows to find the killer and bring justice.
The major conflict of Oedipus at Colonus is between Oedipus and Creon. Your time is important. All these issues are relevant and important to the audiences understanding of the character and the play. Oedipus sees but is blind to the truth, Teiresias is blind but sees the truth.
Pearson, was published by Oxford University Press in and reprinted with corrections in It shows the audience that whatever the chorus says Oedipus follows. It is frustrating to the audience that Oedipus still cannot see his sins, this adds to his character arrogance, ignorance and egotistical behaviour.
There are many themes in the play that add to his character, which ultimately instigates his own undoing. Ironically these are the very traits that bring about his tragic discovery.
The falling action of Antigone occurs after Creon decides to free Antigone from her tomblike prison. He has solved the riddle of the Sphinx, which has set him on the path to restoring the land which has been devastated as a result of a plague. She says that many prophecies do not come true.
When he grows up Oedipus hears from an oracle that he is destined to kill his father and become sexually involved with his mother.