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By Christopher Henry Perkins

Новый каталог монет Великобритании с 1797 по 2008 год. Цены в английских фунтах по четырем степеням сохранности.

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Anagnorisis, recognition or discovery, is one of the key elements in tragedy, according to Aristotle, and Oedipus is the tragedy that he thinks has the best kind of recognition. While later plays and many critics consider a more abstract recognition tragic—for example, the hero recognizes that he is only human and has been too proud—for Aristotle the most important kind was recognition of persons of the kind that leads to reversal. 13 40 Reading Adoption There is a logic in associating with tragedy rather than comedy a plot in which heredity is both de‹ning and dangerous.

It is a kind of nemesis on Laius, as well as a sign of the danger of Oedipus’s temper. Nevertheless, Sophocles’ original audience is not the only culture to ‹nd this a specially horrible fate. It is as if, in killing Laius, Oedipus was killing part of himself. 36 The plot is full of ironies that work somewhat differently depending on how we de‹ne parenthood. When Oedipus, concerned enough about the question of his heredity to consult the oracle, assumes (without thinking that he might ‹nd his parents elsewhere) that the way to avoid the oracle’s prophecy is to leave Polybus and Merope, we can see this as denial; he doesn’t want to admit the bad news the drunkard has given him.

One is the view that only adoptive relationships matter; the other is the view that only birth relationships matter. Some people have articulated a third viewpoint, that both can matter but probably in different ways, that it depends on the circumstances, that adoptees can have a choice about how to negotiate their identity and their relationships. But this approach still is not as widespread as it should be. I hope that this book, by analyzing places in literature where simpli‹cations are found and places where they are transcended, will show more people how the world looks with that third view.

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