Classical and Greek Hero
...tragic hero, life was end shortly thereafter in battle.
Oedipus the Rex and the Portrayal of Hero
Cole (pp. 45-56) mentions that Oedipus, a classical tragic play used for entertainment ad morality. It is a perfect example of a classical tragic hero, using vivid drama and syntax. Although he starts off with a contentious life, it is ended in a drudgerious way. Kind Lauis, Oedipus' own father, thought he could prevent his predicted fate and "lured" (Burton, pp. 34-47) many people in believing that his fate was "demolished" (Burton, pp. 34-47); however, neither Oedipus nor his "father" (Cole, pp. 45-56) realize that they and the characters around them "enhanced" (Cole, pp. 45-56) this fate... of the of...