The lone star: Antigone The role that gender plays in the play Antigone
The play Antigone is full of rage, power, and lust. This play shows how one's ego can impair one's judgement. By disregarding women simply because of they their gender is wrong. Being a woman makes a woman weaker because they are fluently labelled as being just "women."
In Antigone, the role played by gender in shaping the conflict between Antigone and Creon is quite significant. This conflict involves two individuals who are very stubborn and headstrong. Antigone believes that nobody takes her seriously because she is just a woman. It is to her understanding that if it was a man tha…
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