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Antigone. Summary of the Greek play Antigone and why its titled after her
The Greek playwrite, Sophocles, wrote many exceptional plays. One of these is Antigone. The play is named after Oedipus's daughter, although it is primarily about her Uncle Creon. Creon is the focal point and it is his misjudgment and pride that causes his downfall. Yet, the title of this story is still Antigone. This is because it is her actions that lead to Creon's fall. She is the catalyst for the chain reactions that occur in the play. All Antigone wants to do is give her brother, Polynices, a proper burial. But King Creon says that burying Polynices was illegal and punishabl…
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