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Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 726 (search)
Oedipus What restlessness of soul, lady, what tumult has come upon me since I heard you speak! Iocasta What anxiety has startled you, that you say this? Oedipus I thought that I heard this from you—that Laiuswas slain where the three roads meet. Icasta Yes, that was the report, and so it is still thought. Oedipus And where is the place where this occurred? Iocasta The land is called Phocis; the branching forks lead to the same spot from Delphi and from Daulia. Oedipus And how much time has passed since these events took place? Iocasta The news was announced to the town shortly before you first attained power over this land. Oedipus O Zeus, what have you decreed for me? Iocasta Why, Oedipus, does this matter weigh upon your heart? Oedipus Do not ask me yet. Tell me rather what stature Laius had, and how ripe his manhood was. Iocasta He was tall—the silver just lightly strewn among his hair—and his form was not greatly unlike your own. Oedipus Unhappy that I am! I think t<