Gender Stereotyping in "Antigone".
Antigone - Prompt #3
"Die then, and love the dead if thou must; No woman shall be the master while I live (184)."
This quotation portrays a powerful and important theme about gender and the role that a woman plays in Greek society. Antigone's gender has an incredible effect on the others around her, for her actions don't constitute those of an average woman in Greek society. An average Greek woman is characterized as subservient and passive, but Antigone possesses independent, strong-willed characteristics that make her intimidating to the men around her. Creon says himself that…
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