Haimon

Haimon
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  • Haimon Tries To Reason With Creon, symbolizing his respect for his father.
  • You are in no position to know everything people say or do, or what they feel; your temper terrifies them- everyone will tell you only what you want to hear. But I, at any rate, can listen, and I have heard the whispering muttering in the dark about this girl.
  • Antigone is Sentenced
  • But, if the guilt lies upon Creon, who has judged me,may his judgement equal my own.
  • Haimon tries to kill Creon, and he eventually kills himself. This represents that he is a round character and changes drastically throughout the play.
  • Haimon Argues With Creon
  • Then she must die- but her death will cause another.
  • You'll never marry her while she lives.
  • Creon Receives A Warning
  • The time is not far off when you shall pay back corpse for corpse, flesh for your own flesh.
  • Euridice Dies
  • Euridice killed herself.
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