Antigone Storyboard Project

Antigone Storyboard Project
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  • Antigone is going to break the law and bury her brother.
  • "myself will bury him.How sweet to die in such employ, to rest, Sister and brother linked in loves"
  • Antigone disobeying Creon's rules
  • "Proudly his city shall stand; but a cityless outcast I rateWhoso bold in his pride from the path of right doth depart; Ne'er may I sit by his side, or share the thoughts of his heart." 
  • Antigone after being caught burying her brother.
  • "Would'st thou do more than slay thy prisoner? Creon Not I, thy life is mine, and that's enough."
  • "Sister, forbear, or I shall hate thee soon, And the dead man will hate thee too, with cause."
  • Antigone telling Ismene that she approaches death without regret, her demise takes on a tone other than the tragic feel of Jocasta’s suicide.
  • Antigone imagines death as a marriage, establishing yet another duality in the play.
  • "Friends, countrymen, my last farewell I make;My journey's done.One last fond, lingering, longing look I take At the bright sun."
  • "I shall abide for ever. As for thee,Scorn, if thou wilt, the eternal laws of Heaven."
  • Antigone elevates religious law above the law of the state, while Ismene is more concerned with the laws of the state.
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