Relationship Between Antigone and Creon

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Relationship between Antigone and Creon
Antigone is a play written by Sophocles. The genre of the play that Sophocles wrote was based on tragedy. It is one of the first plays that use tragedy. In the play a young girl named Antigone, stands up against her uncle Creon who is the king. She stands up for her rights, so that she can give a religious burial to Polynices. She was a girl with a lot of will power. This essay talks about the relationship between Antigone and Creon. This essay would contain paragraphs where there would be comparisons between Antigone and Creon’s Relationship.

The main character Antigone is portrayed as the disobedient niece of Creon but an obedient daughter of God. Her character in the play looks like a male
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He says that Polynices used to harm her father Oedipus the King and the brain to all of this was Eteocles. During the argument Creon talks about happiness, but Antigone spits on his idea of Happiness. Antigone believes in what she thinks. She never is non-believer in what she thinks.

She does what she thinks. The relationship between Creon and Antigone in the play written by Sophocles was that they were uncle and niece to each other. They both had some similarities and some differences. The similarities that they shared would be that they both were stubborn with what they thought and would not change anything they would like. Their beliefs and values are almost the same. Creon believes that he should obey only the king’s law but not the God’s law in some cases. But Antigone thinks that God’s Law comes first then King’s Law. This might have been a flaw that might have not should happened. Antigone and Creon’s character and personality traits are almost the same, but with some differences.

Creon and Antigone are thought of as people of different kinds in the play. In the readers sense they might vary bit from bit. But when looking at the text and comparing Creon and Antigone there is a strong similarity in their character and their personality trait. When it comes to the scene of Antigone’s death, just before she dies, she asks the guard to write down the letter to her lover. They don’t mention Antigone telling the Guard who the lover is. But in the end
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