Antigone: Who is the more tragic character; the title character or Creon?
The play Antigone by Greek writer Sophocles is based on tragedy. Some, however, cannot seem to make up their minds about who they think was the more tragic character: Antigone or Creon. I believe that Antigone and Creon were both tragic characters, but Creon was slightly more tragic because of his stubbornness, pride, and position of power.
Antigone and Creon were both stubborn. Antigone was stubborn in her beliefs, and Creon was stubborn in refusing to see the error in his ways, and refusing to back down. In Scene 5, Creon stated to Teresias, ".....Speak: Whatever you say, you will no…
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