Aristotle has defined the necessary ingredients for making a nice tragedy therefore he calls King Oedipus as the perfect tragedy. He defines that a story is said to be a perfect tragedy when its focus is narrow and it is played on a realistic aspect. He defines that a tragedy should have both good and happy movements in it. He says that the character who is involved in the tragedy should have both good and bad characteristics. He should exhibit these characters based on the needs and demand of the situation. In this case he says that Oedipus has been far from perfect. He is a man who is very clever but then also he avoids the warnings given by Teiresias and remains blind to the truth. He is a tragic hero as he suffers only because of his issues. As per Aristotle, the story has ended with an irony that turns out to be dramatic. It is usually said that he is clever but at the same time in spite of being clever he suffers from his attributes only. Tragedy comes to him because of his own self. He says that audiences know the fate of the story but hero remains ignorant of the various facts. Still in the story there occur the characters that are not aware of the outcomes of the story whereas the audiences are fully aware. In Oedipus case as well all remain aware of the situation and what is going to happen but he is only ignorant of the situations and suffers from pains by making his story as tragic (Wimsatt, 1965).