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Antigone asks Ismene if she will help her bury their dead brother. However Ismene refuses to help because she is afraid of what might happen is they get caught
Creon is told by a sentry that someone has broken his law and buried Polyneices. Overwhelmed with anger Creon automatically accuses the sentry of the crime.
The sentry goes back to the scene of the crime and and uncovers the body after which he waits. Awhile later he finds Antigone and takes her to Creon. Creon is outraged but Antigone doesn't denie her crime she know that she as done what is right.
Scene 5 / Exodus
Creon's son Haemon finds out that he plans to put his future wife Antigone to death. Haemon attempts to reason with his father but Creon is blind with pride so he refuses to let Antigone free. Haemon then explains that if he kills Antigone then he will also be taking a second life as well.
Creon become impatient and refuses to listen to Antigone's words, but he dose show a sign of worry when Antigone talks about the gods anger. As a response to that worry Creon decides to lock Antigone in a stone prison, That way he can feel less responsible for what happens to her.
Creon is visited by a old friend and faithful adviser, but when this adviser tries to help Creon and keep him from making a terrible mistake Creon become angry and and accuses the adviser of taking bribes. Creon notices that his son Haemon is missing and so Creon races to give polonaises a proper burial and then to Antigone's prison. But when he arrives it's already to late, Antigone had hung herself and she now lies dead in Haemons arms. Haemon grows red with anger and attempts to strike his father with his sword but misses and plunges the sword through his chest.
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