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Oedipus Rex by Sophocles (excerpt) Second Messenger: O you most honoured citizens of Thebes, what actions you will hear about and see, what sorrows you will bear, if, as natives here, you are still loyal to the house of Labdacus! I do not think the Ister or the Phasis rivers could cleanse this house. It conceals too much and soon will bring to light the vilest things, brought on by choice and not by accident. What we do to ourselves brings us most pain.

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    Which details in the passage are not relevant to understanding? the idea that the story is sorrowful the names of the rivers the ruin was brought on by the choices the ruined reputation of the house of Labdacus I think its B

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    Yep. You're right, I think.

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    It was right thank you very much!

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