Antigone - Tragic hero
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Antigone wants to bury Polyneices, because she is loyal to the gods and her family.
Antigone is stubborn and headstrong, but she does the right thing. (She burries her brother's body even though the consequences are high)
Antigone learns that her actions are not going to be forgiven and she will die for what she did. (Creon is going to lock her up in a tomb)
Antigone's reversal of fortune is when Creon is on the way to free her from her punishment, but she doesn't know he's on his way and kills herself so she doesn't have to endure her punishment.
Creon is Antigone's nemesis, since even though she explained her reasons for her actions he did not care and told her she would be burried alive.
In death, Antigone finds peace since she is with the gods and reunited with her family.
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