Is Creon guilty of pride in "Antigone"?
In the play Antigone, Creon angers Antigone by decreeing that no one may bury Polynices, Antigone's brother. Antigone vows to give her brother a burial anyway, despite the likelihood that she will be executed for her crime.
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Yes, Creon is guilty of pride in Antigone. From the beginning of the play, his pride is revealed through his decree not to bury Polynices. Despite...
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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.