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Don't kill her
Antigone wants give Polinices a proper burial. The family just lost the two brother and Antigone is talking with her sister. Ismene is against the burial and a war is soon to come.
Creon assembles the elders and he feels a distrust towards them because they may not be loyal. A sentry approaches Creon and seems scared, Creon is almost growing into a tyrant . The Sentry tells Creon that the gods favor polinices. Creon disregards everything he is told and believes anarchists are after him, however what he doesn't know is that Antigone is responsible.
Undo your mistakes
A sentry returns with Antigone in hand. She returned to the burial to presumably check on the burial to find he was no longer buried. Antigone is going to be put to death and she doesn't even mind. Creon want to question ismene.
I no longer want to live
Haemon comes to speak with his father. Creon says how Anarchy is the greatest evil. Haemon asks his father to use reason and to not kill Antigone but he then becomes offended. Haemon threatens to take his own life but his father perceives it as a threat towards him. Haemons attitude changed drastically. It seems as Haemon was trying to get on his fathers good side so he could persuade him. Antigone expresses how her father caused her pain and she is to be locked away in a vault.
Creon has brought a plague to Thebes and it is dark times. Teiresias comes to Creon and tell him that his house will be cursed unless he frees Antigone and bury's Polinices . Creon is convinced the Teiresias is selling his wisdom. The Choragus tells Creoo that same thing and he actually does it. A Paean begins to appeal to the gods.
Antigone is already dead. She hung her self and Haemon impailed himself. By the time Creon returns home his wife is dead. Creon no longer thinks life is worth living and wants to die. Creons fatal flaw was his pride
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