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[1304] The fate of Oedipus is a dark and dreadful mystery into which they are fain to peer (ἀνερέσθαι, πυθέσθαι: cp. the questions at 1299 ff., 1327): in its visible presentment it has a fascination (ἀθρῆσαι)even for those whom it fills with horror.

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