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I made these rules and I don't care if these are against the divine laws!
A man shall rule and the women shall be ruled!
I've made a big mistake, I need to stop Antigone now!
Hamartia: Creon's hamartia was him enforcing the laws that only he believes in causing others to disagree with his actions and leading to his tragedy.
The people around you won't be around you soon enough
Hubris: Creon's hubris was being a man and giving gender roles.
How dare you defy ME!
Peripetia: Creon's peripetia was when after hearing from the Teiresias, Creon tries to stop Antigone from being killed by his men and free her from the vault.
Anagorisis: Creon's anagorisis was the prophecy Teireasias warned him about.
Nemesis: Creon's nemesis was Antigone.
Catharsis: Creon's catharsis was when his wife and son died leaving him in agony. This gives some readers a sense of relief that Creon got what he deserved, which is pain.
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