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Antigone, in Greek legend, was the daughter of Oedipus. When her brothers Eteocles and Polynices killed one another, Creon, king of Thebes, forbade the rebel Polynices' burial. Antigone disobeyed him, performed the rites, and was condemned to death for what she had done.
Now the question arises, 'Did Antigone take proper action?'. Was it just to go against her Uncle Creon's wishes and go ahead and bury the brother that was to be left out for the vultures? Would it be better to leave the situation how they are? Could she go on about life trying not to think of how she left her own bl…
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