Oedipus The King, Sophocles, Dramatic power of fate, Thebes, Laius, Oedipus, Tiresias, Sophocles, Jocasta, Phoibos
Over the centuries, people have believed in the influence of divine or diabolical power in their lives. One of the most often discussed themes of ancient Greek tragedy is fatalism, the idea and belief that human actions are guided by the hand of fate, destiny, the gods or some other supernatural forces. The ancient Greeks recognized the role of fate and for them it represented a terrifying unstoppable force.
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