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I read A LOT. Creon, the new ruler of Thebes, has decided that Eteocles will be honored and Polyneices antigonna be in public shame. I would love to see this on stage. Developer info More apps by this developer. Suck on that, Creon.


I am not well-schooled in tragedies–the Greek tragedies, that is–but when I learned that one of the books I intended to read for the Man Booker award this year was based on the story of Antigone, I thought now was a good time to have a look.

Those of you who know the story will still be thrilled by the Chorus at the end saying “Grand words of proud men are punished with great blows, and this, in old age, teaches wisdom. By placing your order, you agree to our Terms of Use. Vote in the poll and ratings. And still you had the gall to break this law?

To overlook him is to overlook the point of the work: Antigone is a real heroine; she stands up for what she believes in. I say this because the list of sins seems to get longer and longer and we, as humans and those of us who call ourselves Christian, seem to think that sin is made up of our actions as opposed to our desire to rule ourselves.

The Theban Plays 3. It has a detailed introduction in which the story and all the characters mentioned are described in their relationship to the main actors in this story.

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Please sign in before purchasing Why? The reversal, recognition and suffering come in the form of the priest Tiresias, an old wise man who speaks to the Gods. Eteocles, the chosen king, had fought with his usurping brother Polyneices and their uncle, Creon, decides to honor the body of the former while denying the latter an honorable burial.

That was his point, and in keeping with Greek tragedy of the 5th century BC, but it still irks me. Creon orders that the two women be temporarily imprisoned.

She is the subject of a popular story in which she attempts to secure a respectable burial for her brother Polynices, even though he is seen as a traitor to Thebes and the law forbids even mourning for him, punishable by death. He has acted against the proper way and is now to be punished and there is no way to escape from it.

Well, no, I will finish off by looking at Creon’s character, and how his actions bring about such a sticky end. This drama highlights the differences between state and divine law.

Antigone wants to bury Polyneices’ body, in defiance of Creon’s edict. The question of whether the drug laws are just is one of them and I do believe that they are, even though they can be considered to be an outworking of the Nanny State. It moralizes,it tal What a work it was.!! The Sentry explains that the watchmen uncovered Polyneices’ body, sntigona then caught Antigone as she did the funeral rituals. He only sees his narrow-minded sense of justice, and ignores the effects it will have on his loved ones.

Back in Thebes, Eteocles and Polyneices, the sons of Oedipus, have killed each other through their battle over the sofikle. My love is fickle. Nevertheless, Creon refuses to change his decision. I write A LOT.

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While it is true that people should be sofoole to make their own decisions, we demonstrate time and time again that we are actually not capable of doing so, therefore the state actually does need to step in to protect us from ourselves.

Polyneices’s body is left to rot outside the wal The last part of the Oedipus plays by Sophocles, Antigone, centers around the events which antigoja occurred after the death of Oedipus in Colonus. But read them in order. He refuses to heed the aantigona of others, when Kreon relents at the last, only to find his family dead and his city in despair.

After Creon condemns himself, the Leader of the Chorus closes by saying that although the gods punish the proud, punishment brings wisdom.

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That, though, is only speculation. Sign up to receive offers and updates: Sep 05, James rated it really liked it Shelves: More apps by this developer. The Bible is correct when it says that the wages of sin is death, because as we see, especially in Antigone, that Creon’s Harmatia leaves him desolate and alone, and as he says from his own lips, it is as if he were dead.

A chill remains in the air and yet a glimmer of hope persists, even now. Having listened to the Messenger’s account, Eurydice disappears into the palace. Bereft of all his family, Creon is left in despair alone and fatherless because of his unnatural actions. And I read in a different translation to the edition shown here, one sticking more literally to the original Greek, including not translating terms where it felt there was no satisfactory equivalent.

A proper burial meant that you would at least have a half decent afterlife, while being exposed suggests that you would be xntigona wondering the earth as a ghost, and a tormented one at that. A Sentry enters, fearfully reporting that the body has been given funeral rites and a symbolic burial with a thin covering of earth, sofolle no one saw who had actually committed the crime.

Dec 20, Paula M. Sign In Register Help Basket. Now, as I think about the concept of Harmatia I am somewhat torn between suggesting that Harmatia and sin are two different ideas, or that antiggona modern understanding of sin does not exactly weigh with how the modern church translates and preaches it.

I am not afraid of the danger, if it means death, It will not be the worst of deaths – Love, you mock us for your sport. But now I realize what a stupid I was to have delayed reading such a piece of beauty And think of Antigone as your very own Wonder Woman.

One of his best known plays is ‘Oedipus the King’ Oedipus Rex.