The Punishment of Wrongdoing in Greek Tragedies, Emphasizing Pentheus, Creon, and Jason
<Tab/>In Greek tragedies wrongdoing was often severely punished, especially if the wrongdoing involved defying the gods. The gods, being superior to mortals, rarely concerned themselves with mortals except for in occasional acts of lust or acts of vengeance after being defied or angered by a mortal. Mortals who happened to anger the gods faced many misfortunes, but although the punishments of the god were both harsh and severe, they were always just.
<Tab/>Pentheus angered Dionysus by his failure to recognize and accept Dionysus as a god, even though Dionysus is…
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