A contrast between antigones faith in the gods and creons neglect of the gods in antigone a play by
He did not become known as one of the greatest playwrights then. Antigone meets the second requirement of a tragic heroine, by fulfilling the criteria of being neither entirely good nor completely bad. They were all put in prison Scene 5[ edit ] 1.
He instead will lay unburied to become the food of animals. They were all put in prison Scene 5[ edit ] 1. Both Creon and Antigone are dignified and flawed in their own ways, having a similar tragic flaw. Some people believe that Antigone is the real tragic hero of this tragedy, while others believe that the hero is in fact her uncle, Creon. Antigone furiously continued with the plan on her own. Yes, because she was only trying to honor her brother and she served as a lesson for Creon and other arrogant leaders in the world. Many assume that simply because the play is named for Antigone, that she is the tragic hero. In the theatrical production the use of power and morality versus law is evident. The first conversation between them is what initiates the downfall of their bond. Being loyal to his city, Creon follows through with his punishment of Antigone.
The protagonist is generally regarded as the "good guy," and the antagonist is the "bad guy. Antigone is a tragedy based on Greek mythology first written by Sophocles, and was later adapted by Jean Anouilh as the modern version.
These are the characters that contribute heavily to the plot, yet aren't mentioned quite as often and are underestimated regarding their importance in the story. Eurydice commits suicide, letting her last words be curses to her husband 7.
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