Professor Darius Ajai Frasure, MFA, MA
29th of December 2017
This annotated bibliography compares and contrasts the two key characters in a play, that
is, Oedipus and Hamlet. Throughout the work, both characters are analyzed according to their
role, features and impact in the play critically. A number of varied sources are combined to bring
out the validity of the arguments in this easy and used as supportive evidences.
According to the study of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet indicating paramount ideas on
title character’s bewildering actions subjected to evaluation along psychoanalytic dimensions.
The reliability of this source is guaranteed by keen and proper investigations from validly
researched information by prominent researchers and university academicians as well as the
current sources I have applied in this study. The sources are free from biasness and are very
useful which will perfectly, in my opinion lead us to best study the information of Oedipus and
Hamlet consequences. Earnest Jones is the author of this source and is passionate in writing as
well as being qualified having obtained full understanding of what he has written and holds a
The key arguments about it all are the marriage that the mother to Hamlet gives the uncle
the overwhelming popularity of the father as well as unfavorable impulses to whom initiates a lot
of anxiety and meets with repression. I really find this source directly linked to my study and is
too helpful for it provides all that which is under my research. It specifies the concrete disparities
and similarities on Hamlet and Oedipus (Jones et al 1976).
Primarily, considering the study of the tragic hero of Hamlet in undertaking the avenge of
his father’s demise in the start of the play. Further isn’t it him alleged with the supply of
pollutants of regicide? Whilst Oedipus of course is the unwitting fashioner of his own doom
unveiled to him through repentance and reputation?. Yes indeed. In foretelling his tragedy while
speaking to the people of Thebes, Oedipus, the Sophocles has it. Lee glen, the articles author, is
qualified and has obtained proper use of varied writing techniques as well as research that fully is
at par with writing requirements.
The argument is how the city suffers from Oedipus’ pollution. The prove of the irony is
when Oedipus recommends that be the way of avenging Laius in shielding himself, or else that
by getting children upon Jocasta, useless spouse of the king and might be taking the area of
Lauis’ son, which out of his conscious is hi...