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Antigone vs Ismene by Sophocles
The personalities of the two sisters; Antigone and Ismene, are as different from
one another as tempered steel is from a ball of cotton. One is hard and resistant; the
other: pliable, absorbing and soft. Antigone would have been a strong, successful
90's type woman with her liberated and strong attitude towards her femininity, while
Ismene seems to be a more dependent 1950's style woman. Antigone acts as a free
spirit, a defiant individual, while Ismene is content to recognize her own limitations and
her inferiority of being a woman.
In the Greek tragedy "Antigone", by Sopho…
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