Why won't Antigone let Ismene join her in her sentence?
Antigone and Ismene:
Antigone is a classical Greek tragedy, a part of the Oedipus trilogy written by playwright Sophocles. The title character and her sister Ismene are the daughters of Oedipus, who comes to a tragic end in another of Sophocles' plays.
Answer and Explanation:
At the end of Antigone, the title character is sentenced to death by King Creon for attempting to give her brother a proper burial after being...
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fromChapter 3 / Lesson 10
Read about the play "Antigone" by Sophocles and learn why Ismene and Antigone had a conflict. Explore Ismene's character traits through her actions in the play.