Antigone

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  • Prologue
  • Scene 1
  • Scene 2
  • Antigone tells her sister about the new law created by Creon that says nobody can bury Polynieces. Antigone follows up by asking Ismene if she wants to help bury their brother Polynieces anyway. Ismene says no because she is afraid of Creon.
  • Scene 3
  • Creon assembles the chorus to find who buried Polynieces. The Sentry comes in and tells him that it was not him. Creon starts getting paranoid and thinks that the Anarchists are the ones who did it.
  • Scene 4
  • The Sentry catches Antigone reburying her brother Polynieces and brings her before Creon. Creon thinks her sister Ismene was in on it too and decides that they both should die.
  • Scene 5/Exodos
  • Haemon comes in to convince his father Creon that he should not kill either of the sisters especially Antigone because he is to marry her. When Creon refuses, Haemon threatens to commit suicide. Creon then changes his mine and says he won't kill Ismene but he will lock Antigone in a vault so she can die of old age/ starvation.
  • The Chorus doesn't want Antigone to die but she think they are mocking her. Antigone starts to blame her father Oedipus for everything that has happened. Eventually She is locked into the Vault to die.
  • Teiresias the prophet tells Creon that Sickness will spread over the kingdom  because of the unburied body of Polynieces. Creon accuses him of wanting money. Teiresias then continues saying that because of Creon's wrong doings, 2 family members will die. the Choragus convinces Creon to bury polyniece and get Antigone out of the vault before it's to late. unfortunately he is too late and his wife, son, and Antigone commit suicide. 
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