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The Reasons why Creon Is more Tragic than Prometheus
Classical Tragic Heroes
Based on Aristotle's sightings, it is evident that in Greek tragedy, there are characters that are more tragic than others. This is based on different characteristics that Aristotle has come up with by analysing different plays. In RexWarner's "Prometheus" and E.F. Watling's "Antigone", one character is observed as a more tragic hero than others. Creon is a far more tragic character than Prometheus due to the magnitude of his physical punishment, the poignant punishment he endures, and his plummet from prosperity to adversity.
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