Sophocles' Antigone (Conflict: Creon vs. Antigone)

Sophocles' Antigone (Conflict: Creon vs. Antigone)

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3 conflicts - creon vs antigone - creon vs the gods - creon vs society

Storyboard Text

  • I can't break the law, Antigone. Think of what Creon will do.. I can't help you. I'm sorry.
  • Fine Ismene. I will do it alone but you shall not dare tell a soul.
  • My king, someone buried the body, and we don't know who.
  • Please don't kill me.
  • She did it. I saw her.
  • Yes, I did. I deny nothing.
  • Why, Antigone?! Fine! I will keep my word and punish you.
  • Prologue: Antigone and Ismene talk about burring the body.
  • Father, Please. Think again. If you kill her, you will never see my face again.
  • Scene 1: The Sentry informing Creon about what happened.
  • Yes, Sir.
  • Send her to her vault and leave her alone. Whether she lives or not, it's not our problem. Our hands are clean.
  • Scene 2: Antigone being caught, and sentenced to death.
  • Creon, Listen to me! You're making a huge mistake about Antigone! You will be the cause of the calamity that will come.
  • Scene 3: Haimon tries to convince and warn his father.
  • I said no! She broke my law. She isn't loyal to the country! She honors traitors.
  • Scene 4: Creon sends Antigone away to her vault.
  • Scene 5: Creon doesn't listen to Teiresias or anyone else.
  • NO! You have been bribed, Teiresias.
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