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Why Prometheus Is more Courageous than Antigone
The Superior One
In Webster's English dictionary admirable characters are defined as characters that are recognized with gratitude, or people being grateful towards a character. In several stories the admirable character would most likely be the hero. In Rex Warner's "Prometheus", the admirable character is Prometheus while in E.F Watling's "Antigone", the admirable character is Antigone and both are struggling to do good. Prometheus is more worthy of this title of being an admirable character then Antigone because he displays a higher amount of courage, determination, and loyalty.
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