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Antigone attempts to secure a respectable burial for her brother Polynices. Oedipus’s sons, Eteocles and Polynices, had shared the rule jointly until they quarrell ANTIGONE In Greek mythology, Antigone is the daughter of Oedipus and his mother Jocasta. Antigone attempts to secure a respectable burial for her brother Polynices.

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Antigone is a typical Greek tragedy, in which inherent flaws of the acting characters lead to irrevocable disaster. Antigone and Creon are prototypical tragic figures in an Aristotelian sense, as they struggle towards their fore-doomed ends, forsaken by the gods.

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Antigone-Antigone's resolve to do the right thing in spite of the cost becomes a riveting read in this exciting new translation by the same Greek scholar who translated Oedipus Rex and Medea A Teacher's Guide to Antigone-Classroom discussions should engage students in ethical ideas about government, religion, and the rights of citizens.

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Antigone Images: Law. Posted on February 21, 2018 by v.karekinian. One image in Sophocles’ Antigone which is a prominent, driving force of action throughout the story is law. The cause of discourse between Antigone (eventually along with others) and Creon is whether the law of the land or the law of God prevails in importance when it comes to ...

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ANTIGONE: Oh, I shall hat you if you talk like that! And he7shall hate you, rightly. Leave me alone With my own madness. There is no punishment 85 Can rob me of my honorable death. ISMENE: Go then, if you are determined, to your folly.

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Antigone tells Ismene that she hates her, and rushes offstage to carry out her plan: to go outside the city walls, where her brother’s body lies, and cover it with a few handfuls of dust. It’s ...