Antigone vs Creon

Antigone (Greek: Antígona, “acting against”) is a tragedy by Sophocles written in or before 441 BC. It portrays the conflict between Antigone and Creon, two rulers of Thebes. Antigone has been condemned to death because she has illegally buried her brother Polynices who attacked the city of Thebes as part of the war that led … Read more

Theme Of Antigone

Antigone can be summarized as a play where Antigone and her uncle, Creon, have different ideas on how to properly do certain things. Antigone is the tragic hero of the story is crushed by Creon for her beliefs. In Antigone, Sophocles shows that Antigone is a good person who does what she believes to be … Read more

How is Creon a tragic hero

Creon is the tragic hero because of his error in judgment and his tragic flaw. Antigone is the main character and Creon is Antigone’s uncle, they live in a place called Thebes and Antigone needs to bury her brother but Creon doesn’t want Antigone to do so because it would be disrespectful to leave him … Read more

Antigone Movie Analysis Research Paper

Rendition of Antigone proposal by Director: Dawson Gundlah For my rendition of the famous play of Antigone from the Oedipus Trilogy I propose a new age adaptation to the play. I propose we make it a little more fun, and lighter, but we should not change what the play supposed to do and that was … Read more

Foreshadowing In Thomas Creon Essay

Though all of Creon’s decisions caused many deaths to happen and much sadness to come to him he still gets some sympathy. Creon says: “Nothing you say can touch me more. – My own blind has throught me from darkness to finish darkness -… I was the fool, not you: and you died for me” … Read more