Such was the case in Antigone, a play written by Sophocles during this era of Antigone's strong beliefs eventually led her to her death by the hand of Creon. This was the case in Antigone, a play written by Sophocles, during which Antigone their actions clashed with each other, making it a contradiction between morals. Antigone's strong beliefs eventually led to her death by the hand of Creon.
SOAPSTone. Subject: Antigone feels like Polyneices (her brother) deserves to be buried. Creon is trying to make an example of a traitor. Occasion: two brothers. How does this affect the audience of Antigone?: This shows which side the characters are on and how they will interact with the rest of the story.
SCENE V** / [*Enter blind TEIRESIAS, led by a boy. The opening speeches of TEIRESIAS / Should be in singsong contrast to the realistic lines of CREON. Who is the blind prophet who comes to speak to King Creon? What is King Creon's reaction to Teiresias' messages? What warning does Teiresias give to King Creon is he refuses to heed the prophesies?.
Over the years there have been many, varied, interpretations of Antigone. These range from operas, to plays – even to a comic book. In this presentation I will be proving how the two following interpretations are embodied. in the tragedy "Antigone", by Sophocles;. i) Life is.
Person vs. self: Antigone is a strong woman who wants to honor her brother's death as her culture and religion dictates, but she is also unable to combat her. There are lots of different conflict in the first 2 scenes such as Man vs God, Man vs Law, and Man vs Himself. Man vs God because she has to.
As I delved deeper into the hidden meanings of Antigone, I began to ponder over questions about where the author found his muse for. Much of the symbolism in Antigone lies in the characters themselves. Antigone and Creon represent a number of opposing forces: male vs. female, family ties vs.