Antigone "Pride" Storyboard

Antigone "Pride" Storyboard
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  • "...; If it means death, It will not be the worst of deaths-death without honor." -Antigone, (80-81)
  • Antigone explains her plan, while knowing the consequences and accepting her fate. Ismeme calls her out for being foolish, but appreciates that t=it's out of love for their brother and family.
  • "Go then, if you feel you must. You are unwise, but a loyal friend indeed to those who love you." -Ismeme, (82-83)
  • Creon states that the God's are foolish beings who don't know the true meaning of what's right and wrong.
  • "Stop! Must you doddering wrecks go out of your heads entirely? 'The Gods!' Intolerable!" -Creon, (104-107) 
  • Creon is angry with Antigone for defying his decree of law, and Antigone states that the Gods would not be in favor of his decree to not bury Polyneices 
  • "And yet you dared defy the law." -Creon, (56)
  • "I dared. It was not God's proclamation."  -Antigone, (57-58)
  • Creon is stating on how his niece has rebeled, and that even if she is family, her behavior in his eyes in unexceptable.
  • "If I permit my own family to rebel, how shall I earn the world's obedience?" -Creon, (30- 31)
  • Haemon tells his father that he's going overboard, saying that the God's are the ones truly in charge of the deceased one's fates.
  • " You have no right to trample on God's right." -Haemon, (113)
  • Creon realizes his mistakes too late, as he pays the brutal price for his wrong -doing by having his loved-ones at their own hands
  • "Lead me away.  I have been rash and foolish. I have killed my son and my wife. I look for comfort; my comfort lies here, dead." - Creon, (134-136)
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