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Who Is To Blame For The Tragedy Of Antigone?
Creon, a man of extreme pride, caused the tragedy of Thebes with is many character flaws. His son Haemon advised him to become more compassionate. Teiresias the prophet advised him to change his pride-filled ways. Yet, through Creon's actions he crushed his family. Perhaps Antigone's tragedy man have been avoided if he headed their words of wisdom.
Creon has many character flaws that led to the tragic end of the play. One of the many flaws Creon exhibits is a paranoia that people around him are plotting against him. He even accuses the elders of being "'...these who have whispered together…
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