Ismene, we must do what is right and bury Polynices!
But we are only women, we can't!
I must do what is right and bury you
Someone has burried Polynices!
Antigone and Ismene discuss whether they should abide to Creon's rules or whether they should go against him an Bury their brother
He deserves a proper burial!
No he does not!
Antigone sneaks out to the spot where her brother was killed and she buries him
I have seen the errors of my ways
When the appointed sentry arrives Creon is angered as he is told that someone has gone against him and buried Polynices
As Antigone is caught by the guards, Creon imprisons her and sentences her to death
The chorus explains to Creon that he has brought this upon himself and that he will be his own demise, he then sees the error of his ways
As Creon goes to release Antigone he sees that she has committed suicide, he is then confronted by Haemon and they fight but Haemon accidentally kills himself and later on Creons wife Eurydice kills herself as well