In this essay, Bushnell explains her theory about the difference between mortal and god. Oedipus must be a mortal because mortals will always speak whereas gods, and associates, are able to remain silent. Out of the many encounters with Apollo and Tiresias, each were all encounters with silence (91). Bushnell argued this point well with her inclusion of the analysis of each meeting between Oedipus and the immortals. She effectively explained Oedipuss fight to be considered an immortal and how in the end, he was satisfied with utilizing his ability to talk with his human voice (101). When she brought in another piece of literature, however, she took a lot of space to make it a summary. Had she executed the cross-examining of Oedipus based
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