·      The Chorus leaders are encouraging
Oedipus to avoid confronting his anger and personal frustration towards the
subject with Teiresias and instead to calmly follow Apollo’s instructions

·      The Chorus is completely in the
favour of Oedipus, investing all faith in him – expecting the best from him –
impressed by him

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·      The also act in his best interests–
try to prevent him as well as they can from making regretful mistakes

·      in the middle of the play, the
chorus begins to agree less and less with Oedipus’ actions and decisions – they
begin to doubt his initial beliefs due to Teiresias’ strong claim and start to
suspect him as Laius’ murderer