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Who Is the Real Tragic Hero of "Antigone"? By Sohpocles
In the story "Antigone", Sophocles presents two characters, Creon and Antigone, who both share many characteristics and both suffer a loss at the end of the story. Sophocles named the story Antigone, to present Antigone as the tragic hero; however, on the contrary, Creon is the real tragic hero. He has the tragic flaws that initiate the greatest damage, Creon is virtually in every scene of the play, and in the end he loses the most. His life can be classified tragedy, he acted all on his own.
Creon's personality is very strong and he presents himself as a bold individual. …
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