Antigone: Citizenship v.s. Family Loyalty

Antigone: Citizenship v.s. Family Loyalty
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  • Antigone is angry at Ismene for not helping to but Polyneices.
  • "He is my brother. And he is you brother, too." (p. 1023)
  • The king, Creon, is discussing plans for his nephew's (Eteocles) funeral.
  • "Eteocles, who died as a man should die, fighting for his country." (p.1027)
  • The sentry caught Antigone trying to bury the body of her brother, Polyneices, even though it was against the law.
  • "She was burying him i tell you." (p. )
  • Haemon is listening to his father speak about Antigone, but she was Haemon's fiance, which made him angry.
  • "If you were not my father. I'd say you were perverse." (p. 1045)
  • Creon was visited by a prophet, and realized that it was wrong to bury Antigone, as it would bring bad things.
  • "I buried her; I will set her free." (p. 1055)
  • Creon and the sentry find that Antigone has hung herself, and that Haemon has stabbed himself.
  • "His own driven mad by the murder his father had done." (p. 1057)
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