"Bury him! You have just said the new law forbids it."
Antigone and Ismene are talking in the palace about their brother Polyneices. Antigone wants to bury him and let him rest in peace. However, Ismene doesn't think Antigone should do it because Creon made a law forbidding everyone to bury Polyneices. After arguing for a while Antigone tells Ismene she must do what is right and Ismene warns her that it is dangerous, but that she is a loyal friend.
The guards catch Antigone while she is burying Polyneices. The guards then bring her to the palace to see Creon. Creon then disciplines Antigone by locking her in a cave all by herself. Antigone hangs herself because she thinks she will never get out of the cave. Then Creon goes to the cave to let Anitogne out with Haimon. When they get there, they see Antigone is dead and Haimon attempts to kill Creon but misses and then stabs himself. The queen also kills herself.
Jack let his emotions get to him in Lord of the Flies when he wanted to be a leader instead of Ralph. He then turned everyone against Ralph and caused the war on the island. Jack also hunts in the book, and he wants to kill a pig badly. One time he let his emotions control him, and he viciously killed a pig.
Haimon's fatal flaw was his emotions because he let them control him too much. When he went to the cave with Creon to let Antigone out, he saw that she was dead and he was devasted. Haimon thought it was his Creons fault that she died because he locked her in the cave which drove her to kill herself. He then attempted to kill his Creon with a knife, but he missed and then killed himself. Overall the whole reason Haimon died was because of his emotions.
In Lord of the Flies, Jack has a moment of Hamartia when he lets his emotions control him and he turns everyone on Ralph and starts a war because he wants to be the leader.