"Antigone" Essay Abstract
The world of the Greeks was based on the "divine laws" set by the Gods who were the rulers of the land and who promoted people to heaven or hell. At times, Creon, the city's new leader, followed the rules, but in most cases went with what he felt was good for the state. Antigone on the other hand created this mindset thinking that if the God's divine law is not followed all bad will happen, which in the end really did happen.
The first example to support this theme of "Antigone" was when Antigone went and buried her brother without permission from the state. Antigone, at the beginning o…
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