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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