Oedipus is a set text for the 0408 IGCSE English Literature exams in 2021.
Oedipus Rex, (Latin: “Oedipus the King”) Greek Oidipous Tyrannos, play by Sophocles, performed sometime between 430 and 426 BCE, that marks the summit of classical Greek drama’s formal achievement, known for its tight construction, mounting tension, and perfect use of the dramatic devices of recognition and discovery. It examines the story of Oedipus, who, in attempting to flee from his fate, rushes headlong to meet it.
This course is being taught as a group workshop during specific times of the academic year, in correlation with exam dates.
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What Will I Learn?
- Make effective literature notes and mind maps
- Understand genre specific literary devices
- Explore effects created by the writer’s use of language devices and narrative style
- Link ideas to essay questions in an insightful manner
- Unique question-specific strategies
- Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback
- Time management strategies