Prior to Antigones downfall, she was arguing with her sister Ismene, and she was very enthusiastic about her beliefs. She wanted her brother to be buried even though the king told everyone that he has to die there without being buried, as a result of him betraying the kingdom.
He is my brother. And he is your brother, too. Creon is not enough to stand in my way.
But think of the danger! Think what Creon will do!
As punishment Antigone is put into a cave where she has to spend the rest of her life there. She can't do anything except wait for her meals to be delivered. She will later kill herself.
O tomb, vaulted bride-bed in eternal rock,Soon I shall be with my own again
At the beginning of the book, Antigone was very determined to get her way even if she faces a severe punishment or death. She wants her brother to be buried, even though he betrayed the kingdom because the people of that time believed that is you didn't get buried, you would automatically go to hell. For burring him even though Creon said not to she was forced to spend her life in a cave where she would eventually kill herself. Her stubbornness and her determination eventually lead to her death (a fatal flaw).
Hamartia displayed in Antigones actions
In lord of the flies, Ralf is very determined to get off the island and save the other boys. But he seems like the only one who maintains this same goal through the whole length of the book. This eventually leads to a downfall in popularity where the majority of the people like Jack more because they feel protected around him. This happened when everyone got distracted by the beast.
In both cases, they are incredibly focused on one goal, but they both get it done, but there is a punishment as a result. Also, the majority of people is, in some way, forced to be against a more significant force like the beast or the king.