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Barstow-Bowra

Barstow and Bowra essays

QuestionAnswer
deals with the ideal man Barstow
the ideal man has a slow temper Barstow
the ideal man thinks things through Barstow
gods tailor to the hero's flaw to teach a lesson Bowra
what lesson are the gods trying to teach Bowra; gods are incharge and humans are at their mercy
the ideal man has a clear vision (can see all sides of a situation) Barstow
the ideal man accepts the "gods plans" Barstow
fate and the role of the gods Bowra
the ideal man is always cheerful and accepts what happens to them with dignity Barstow
a hero can't escape his fate Bowra
the ideal man has inner peace Barstow
inner peace leads to Barstow; external prosperity
at the end the hero reconciles themselves with the gods Bowra
Oedipus is not the ideal man (he doesn't have a clear vision) Barstow
Oedipus carries out the prophecy/his fate Bowra
Oedipus reconciles with the gods by gouging out his eyes Bowra
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