Tragic Hero for Stead

Tragic Hero for Stead

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  • A man like ourselves but better
  • Not all good or all bad
  • Makes and error in judgment
  • Bury Polyneices, but not the traitor Eteocles!
  • Creon is a person so that makes him a man like us.  He is better because he has power and can make decisions about people's lifes.
  • Tragic Flaw
  • He is not all good or bad.  His people like him. So does his family.
  • Reversals in fortune
  • Creon decided that Polyneices was a hero. He said that Eteocles was a traitor for trying to be King (even though that was an agreement that the two brothers made! He did his nephew wrong!!!) 
  • Discovery and awareness
  • It was all my fault!
  • Creon was too proud.  He decided that his rule was more important that what the Gods decided, but he was wrong!
  • Everything started to go bad.  First Antigone killed herself and then Creon's own son killed himself because he didn't want to live without his finance.
  • He admits to audience that he made the wrong choice. The Gods were right.  He should have listened to them.  Karma got him good :)
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