Antigone Written by Sophocles
Ismene argues that it is hopeless to embark on a hopeless task. Antigone is furious.
Antigone is furious that her uncle Creon has given funeral honours to one of her brothers but not to the other. Creon has made the decision to leave Polynices unburied, unwept, and a feast for the birds. Antigone feels Creon has defied her and her sister and feels he has no right to keep her from her own blood. She wants Ismene to help her go against Creon's orders and bury their brother. And if she is killed for it, she will die an honourable death. …
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