In Ancient Greece, women had the traditional roles of an obedient housewife in their everyday lives. These roles where what the men thought as just. In many tragedies of Greek women, the woman appears as strong and defiant and able to carry out matters that would take a lot of courage. The characterization of Antigone in Sophocles' Antigone challenges ones assumptions about the role's and behavior of the typical Greek women. In her defiance of both Creon and his edict she is challenging tyranny and her kin.
"The portrayal of the masculine woman as heroine was fully developed in Sophocles'…
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