Creon's Pride In Sophocles 'Antigone'

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Antigone In the play Antigone, with the author Sophocles, evidence is given throughout the story. When people get too proud of themselves, it can lead to catastrophic events. In this play Antigone and Creon are often looked down upon for their pride. Both of these characters express pride throughout the story. Creon often seems to be full of himself in this play. He made the choice not bury Polyneices because Creon saw him as a traitor. When Polyneices’ family heard of this they were enraged, especially his sister Antigone. Creon will not let a lower authority tell him what is right or not. He feels that his laws are above that of any other. He doesn’t care how Antigone and the rest of her family feel because he thinks that it is
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