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Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus TIRESIAS You blame me for being
Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus. TIRESIAS. You blame me for being angry, but you don't see your own anger.
Tiresias: Black-Box Failure Prediction in Distributed Systems
Tiresias, the most famous prophet of ancient Greek mythology, is
Tiresias, the most famous prophet of ancient Greek mythology, is probably best known today for his part in the story of Oedipus, King of Thebes.
Towards an inclusive future - Tiresias
Dec 19, 2006 Towards an inclusive future. Impact and wider potential of information and communication technologies. Edited by Patrick R.

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Tiresias and The Player King by Daniel Foley (London, UK) In this double bill, Tiresias returns to his home to recount his meetings with Oedipus, Antigone, Hercules, Pentheus and Odysseus.
That Sophocles knew what he was doing
In the first scene, they're awaiting the arrival of a prophet named Tiresias in hopes he'll tell them why their country has been hit by a host of ills.
House of Holes
Technology also allows some men to temporarily acquire vaginas, and women penises, so that, Tiresias-like, the gamut of sensation can be experienced, without, however, any of Tiresias's agonised self-division.

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Tiresias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mar 3, 1997 Tiresias was the son of Everes and the nymph Chariclo; he was a blind prophet, the most famous soothsayer of ancient Greece.
Tiresias family of fonts
Information and free downloads for Tiresias fonts. Tiresias - A family of typefaces. Tiresias Infofont - Information labels.
Tiresias - Making ICT accessible for blind and partially sighted people
Tiresias - The Classics Pages
Tiresias (or Teiresias if you prefer) is the aged blind prophet whose appearance turns the plot in all Greek tragedies set in Thebes.

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