In the story of Antigone the tragic hero Creon, shows all of the common characteristics of corruption Oedipus is continuously used throughout the plays as others seek to obtain their desires; this theme is argued to begin as he answers the riddle of the sphinx His true fate lied in Thebes while Corinth was just an obstacle.
Sophocles makes Oedipus suffer because of the fact that he actually has no idea who he is, and almost avoids figuring it out In this play the main character, Oedipus, is represented as a man of sudden action, honest, and great insight He did this not for himself or for any token award that may be given to him, but for the security of his fellow man.
Usually you do not see a third party involved that reacts to the problems at hand. There are many sources for the downfall of the characters, however, fate is uncontrollable and takes over any situation and causes problems Throughout the history of humanity there has been a correlation between those who have excessive power and corruption.
However, what he does not know is that the prophet has told him who has slew the king; therefore, he presents his ignorance as a leader Sometimes even though you can see, it is not good enough.