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- In Poetics, Aristotle explains tragedy as a kind of imitation of a certain magnitude, using direct action instead of narration to achieve its desired affect. It is of an extremely serious nature. Tragedy is also complete, with a structure that unifies all of its parts.
- First of all these two appear quite different, because Creon and Antigone have one of the same characteristics in their personality, stubbornness. Antigone wants her brother to have a proper burial and she won t stop at anything to see him buried, nothing.
- In the plays Antigone and the Crito the two lead characters, Antigone and Socrates, showed completely different ideas regarding their responsibilities to the State. Antigone believes in divine law and does what she thinks that the Gods would want her to do.
- I think Antigone was a feminist play because of three main facts. Antigone was in all the conflicts, even though Creon started them all, even though Creon had all the power, Antigone still won the war between her and Creon, also no woman in her time would even think of doing the things that Antigone did.
- The play entitled Antigone was written by a man named Sophocles, a scholarly author of philosophy and logic The play Antigone is probably one of the most prominent interpretations of a tragic drama The two main characters of the play are Antigone and Creon There is much conflict between Antigone and Creon throughout the play, both of them having their own ideas and opinions regarding divine law versus human law The theme that I am going to analyze is the conflict of divine law vs human law The reason for this is because this theme seems to control the whole play It is an issue of which law is
- In Sophocles’ “Antigone”, the primary focus is on the concept of the individual versus the laws of authority within society. In “Antigone” the reader is challenged by the various conflicting morals that are presented. Antigone’s predicament is one related to moral principles.
- Positive Law vs. Natural Law; Do what you believe is right; This is a phrase common to us all, this is the main focal point of in the play Antigone, written by Sophacles. But how does one define what is right? Is it what we believe in our hearts, or is it what we know is acceptable? Antigone is one of the earliest records of the conflict between Natural law and Positive law.
- Many critics feel that in the play Antigone by Sophocles, there are two characters that can be considered the tragic hero. Antigone and Creon both display many characteristics that would label them the tragic hero. Creon s actions are against the will of the gods, and this is why he cannot be the tragic hero of Antigone.
- A tragedy, as defined by Ms Tozar, is “the story of a falling from a high place to a lower place by a character ” In other words, a tragedy is a story of an individual who starts in a high position and descends throughout the story to end in a position that is lower than original position The individual who makes the descent is known as the tragic hero The tragic hero, as defined by Ms Tozar, is “the character who falls from grace as a result of fate and/or a weakness In the drama, Antigone by Sophocles, one could argue that there are many tragic heroes However, the one who stands above them a
- That can result in generations of drug abusers, spouse abusers, or just rude people. One example of this interpretation might be if a father is a drug abuser, the children will learn from him, and use drugs also.
- “Do what you believe is right.” This is a phrase common to us all, brought to our attention by parents, reinforced by teachers, and preached by leaders. But how does one define what is right? Is it what we believe in our hearts, or is it what we know is acceptable? This is a predominant dilemma that can be traced throughout society, and is the main focal point of Sophocles’ play Antigone.
- This paper will address the conflicts between, Achilleus and Agamemnon, and Antigone and Creon The first content paragraph will address the individuality that Achilleus brings about and how it goes against the tradition The second content paragraph will address Antigone and her fight for justice and tradition In conclusion we will reflect on the similarities and dissimilarities of Antigone and Achilleus’ conflicts, and how their fights, for and against tradition, were really the same fight for equality against authority
- The two Greek plays, Medea and Antigone both exhibit opening scenes that serve numerous purposes. Such as establishing loyalties, undermining assumptions on the part of the audience, foreshadowing the rest of the play, and outlining all of the issues.
- Sophocles’ famous play, Antigone, can be perceived as a conflict between individual conscience and state policy. Yet the issue of the play goes beyond that conflict and touches the universal conditions of suffering, religion, and loyalty. Through Antigone’s character–which represents the spheres of family loyalty, divine law, and human suffering, Sophocles conveys the idea that a law of man that violates religious law is not a law at all.
- In the play Antigone there is quite a difference in opinion to whether Antigone?s actions to go against ?Human? Law or in other words ?Governed? Law was justifiable. Is there a line we can cross when it comes to set laws? Antigone sure thought so. Or was Antigone fighting for her rights as a women to do as she pleased, or was she doing what was best for her brother, “I intend to give my brother burial.
- Both A Doll s House and the Antigone are stories of young women who clash with the conventional male-dominated power in their society. Anouilh s Antigone and Ibsen s A Doll s House have young female protagonist who struggle against male opponents with whom they have family ties.
- When King Oedipus learned that he lived his life under a curse, unknowingly killing his father and marrying his mother, he poked out his own eyes and dissappeared into exile. After Oedipus’ abandonment, toghether his sons Eteocles and Polyneices ruled Thebes.
- In the story, Antigone, by Sophocles, the character Antigone goes against the king because of her own beliefs and values, this is what makes her human. She speaks out and protests to the king and his guards. She believes that the law is unjust, that her brother deserves a fair burial, and that the rules of the gods go before the rules of man.
- Person vs. himself is also found when Othello has a problem with whether or not he should believe that Desdemona is cheating on him. . one lesson , in which, readers can learn from the play is that “jealousy causes corruption in many ways such as dishonesty which was portrayed by Iago”.
- A specific character represents each side of the conflict; while Antigone is a devout follower of the laws of the gods, Creon and his cohorts represent the arrogant laws of man. The opposing forces come to grips when Antigone, in accordance to the gods? law stating that ?Death longs for the same rites for all,? attempts to bury her brother, Polynices (Sophicles 35).