Antigone story board

Antigone story board

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  • Antigone has been put in a vault for what she had done. Later she ends up killing her self.
  • "And I shall see my father again, and you, Mother, and dearest Polyneices" (61-62)
  • "Soon I shall be with my own again" (59)
  • Haemon has found his fiance, Antigone, dead in the vault. Haemon kills himself because of what has happen and his father is the one who caused this to happen.
  • "Haemon is dead; and the hand the killed him is his own hand." (19-20)
  • "His own, driven mad by the murder his father had done." (22)
  • "His father's? or his own?" (21)
  • The Messenger just told Creon that his wife is dead. So now Creon's son and wife are dead. 
  • "The queen is dead." (102)
  • "You can see for yourself." (107)
  • "Oh pity! All true,all true, and more than I can bear! O my wife, my son!" (110-111)
  • "Is my wife dead? Has breath bred death? (106)
  • Creon has finally realized that he learned a little to late about his pride. He said that his comfort lies there dead.
  • "I have killed  my son and my wife. I look for comfort; my comfort lies here dead." (135-136)
  • Antigone has buried her brother and now has been punished. And Creon is headstrong that Polyneices being a traitor. But Antigone disagrees.
  • "It is my nature to join in love, not hate." (118)
  • "An enemy is an enemy, even dead." (117)
  • Creon and Haemon are arguing about Antigone and what she has done. Also how he is the one who gives orders and nobody else.
  • "It is no city if it takes orders from one voice." (106)
  • "My voice is the one voice giving orders in this city!" (105)
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