Whereas incest and parricide are the foretold destiny of Oedipus, that which causes his tragedy and Jocasta's destruction, here incest and parricide are by-products of the institution of slavery.
Khrushchev also feared the fallout of his impending parricide , yet held ‘a naïve faith that socialism, once purified of its Stalinist stain, would command ever more loyalty from its beneficiaries.’
She is inexorably engulfed by the cloud of shame that surrounds parricide .
Both were executed, along with 52 others suspected of involvement in the machinations of Batz, dressed in red, the colour of parricide .
The work ends on a heart-stopping note: A man and woman step forward and read names of those wrongly convicted for murder, parricide , rape, child molestation, with the length of imprisonment.
The event in his life most frequently depicted in classical literature is neither parricide , nor incest, nor blinding, but exile - the least important event in King Oedipus, and therefore in Freud.
Roscius had much to be thankful for, since he was accused of parricide .
In 1874, Dostoevsky began work on his final novel, The Brothers Karamazov, his literary masterpiece of parricide that reflected and prophesized the death of the Tsar and in turn, traditional Russian society.
Now, when we see that in Rome the parricide was whipped with the red twigs of the cornel tree, an arbor infelix, the conclusion seems evident.
While the novel addresses a complex case of parricide , Brooks focuses on the one brother's desire to confess to the murder of his father when he did not, in fact, commit the murder.