General Background Information In classical Greek drama the audience experiences

General Background Information
In classical Greek drama the audience experiences the protagonist’s struggle with fate vs. personal choices. The protagonist functions as a metaphorical or archetypal character representing aspects of human existence in the face of personal choices and struggles and their ultimate outcome.
Topic Question for You to Write About
Compared to Sophocles’ Oedipus the King, how does August Wilson show his contemporary audience fate and the outcomes of personal choices through his characters? Are they similar to Oedipus’s fate and personal outcomes or are they different?
Argue your point of view [without using “I”] on this topic with your own ideas and ideas and examples from the readings.
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Works Cited
Sophocles. Oedipus the King. The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature. Edited by Michael Meyer and D. Quentin Miller, Bedford/St. Martin’s 2020, pp. 1008-1045.
Sophocles. Oedipus the King. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/31/31-h/31-h.htm
Wilson, August. Fences. The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature. Edited by Michael Meyer and D. Quentin Miller, Bedford/St. Martin’s 2020, pp. 1407-1453.
Wilson, August. Fences. https://archive.org/stream/WilsonFences/Wilson%20Fences_djvu.txt
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