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King Oedipus of Thebes, mythical Greek hero.
oedipism - (1) self-infliction of injury to the eyes; - (2) manifestation of the Oedipus complex.
Oedipus complex - a phase of psychosexual development in which the child is erotically attached to the parent of the opposite sex and has feelings of aggression toward the same-sex parent.
Oedipus period - the time of a child's development characterized by erotic attachment to the parent of the opposite sex.
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Of those left, placed form last time out is essential, so that's Room 101 for Oedipe and Verasi.
Societe, reproduction et imaginaire en Nouvelle-Guinee (1986), OEdipe chasseur.
It continued to capture the imagination of writers in the 20th century--particularly after Sigmund Freud chose the term Oedipus complex to designate a son's subconscious feeling of love toward his mother and jealousy and hate toward his father--as in Andre Gide's Oedipe and Jean Cocteau's La Machine infernale.
Well known among those of the first category were Antigone (1922; translated as 1962); Orphee (1926; translated as Orpheus, 1962); Oedipe - Roi (1928; translated as Oedipus Rex, 1962); La Machine infernale (1934; translated as The Infernal Machine, 1936), also on the Oedipal theme; Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde (1937), drawn from Arthurian legend; and Bacchus (1951).
Oedipe, well handicapped again, hinted of a revival at Sandown when staying on late behind Monkerhostin.
Ladbrokes: 3 Big Fella Thanks, 10 Silverburn, Nacarat, 12 Fier Normand, Possol, Ungaro, 14 Fleet Street, 16 Hold Em, Lacdoudal, Oedipe, 20 Conna Castle, Go For One, Laskari, Piraya, 25 bar.
Henderson is another trainer who is also hoping the rain stays away for, Oedipe, who will be ridden by Andrew Tinkler as stable jockey Barry Geraghty is going up to Newcastle to ride Punjabi in the Fifting Fifth Hurdle tomorrow.
Boasting useful form in France, Oedipe delivered a staggeringly impressive performance on his British debut at Kempton on Boxing Day where he thrashed some subsequent winners like Black Hills and Marcel by an eased-down 14 lengths.
And in the Opera at Home review of Enescu's Oedipe, Egils Silins is referred to as a Lithuanian bass.
Those who have hunted out Granet's Recueil de dissertations, 2 vols (Paris, 1739), to find D'Aubignac's three Dissertations on Sophonisbe, Sertorius, and Oedipe, will welcome the convenience of this edition.
This mystical bent--Ehrmann himself would call it alchemical--is most pronounce and unsettling in the photographs from Oedipe Sphinx.