How did Haemon's words conflict with Creon's in "Antigone"?
Antigone is a short but masterful tragedy by Sophocles. Sophocles was born in Attica, near Athens in ancient Greece. Much of his work concerns the legendary lives of the ruling family of Thebes, a rival city in the area of Boeotia. According to Greek myth, Antigone was the daughter of the infamous Theban king Oedipus and his wife/mother Jocasta.
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Although Haemon at first seeks to peacefully reason with Haemon, his argument that Antigone should be forgiven for buring Polyneices leads Creon to...
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Explore King Creon from Antigone by Sophocles. Analyze Creon’s character traits and actions throughout the story. Examine quotes by Creon in Antigone.