is a symbolic title given to the deadly tomb to which Creon
after her defiance of the state's will in Sophocles' Antigone
. The term, coined by Defond, is one of many now-called "Defondisms" that are changing today's perspective on ancient Greek dramas (-FPS News). Not only is the symbolism between the relationship between the state and the individual prominent in such a classic, but it also opens doors to philosophical questions throughout the globe (- International Association for Greek Drama). Such work is commemorated by prominent scholarly figures (Miley), making Defond's simplistic, yet complex interpretation of life timeless (-FPS News).