What does Antigone make clear to Creon?
Sophocles was an ancient Greek tragedian. Like almost all famous playwrights of this period, he was an Athenian and participated in the Athenian-run theatrical competitions of his day. While he wrote over a hundred plays, only seven of them have survived into the modern period.
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Antigone makes it clear to Creon that she will uphold the laws of the gods and the moral code of familial respect. She outright rejects Creon's...
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fromChapter 3 / Lesson 3
'Antigone' is a classic Greek tragedy in many ways, including the fact that its main hero has a tragic flaw. For Antigone, the flaw brings about her demise and serves as a moral lesson for the audience.