How does Sophocles "Antigone" differ from Anouilh's version?

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How does Sophocles "Antigone" differ from Anouilh's version?

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Jean Anouilh was a French dramatist. He adapted Sophocles' classical greek tragedy play Antigone in 1944. Sophocles' Antigone is a complex character that has intrigued many philosophers and writers.

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Sophocles' Antigone differs from Anouilh's version at various levels. First, Sophocles' Antigone represents the high ideals and heroism of the...

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Antigone by Sophocles: Summary, Characters & Analysis

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What happens in Sophocles' Antigone? Find an overview of the Antigone plot, a summary analysis, and descriptions of the key characters and themes in Antigone.


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