Conflict What does THAT mean? Plot Points Personality Disorders Beliefs

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What is the conflict between human laws and the laws of gods.
What is the main conflict in the play?

100

What is his punishment will stop other people from betraying the city.
How is Creon's argument against burying Polyneices best summarized?

100

What is bury Polyneices.
As the play opens, what has Creon forbidden anyone to do?

100

What is pride.
What characteristic is shown by Creon's words: "This girl is guilty of a double insolence,/Breaking the given laws and boasting of it./Who is the man here,/She or I, if this crime goes unpunished?"

100

What is she believes in a higher law.
According to Antigone, why does she defy Creon's decree?

200

What is Creon and Antigone.
Which two characters face each other in the main conflict?

200

What is he plans to kill himself out of grief.
What does Haimon mean when he says that Antigone's death "will cause another" ?

200

What is he sees her sprinkling dust on Polyneices's body.
Why does the sentry arrest Antigone?

200

What is pride.
When personality trait does Creon reveal when he condemns Antigone for disobeying his law?

200

What is the people.
According to Haimon, who should decide if someone is a criminal?

300

What is she is afraid of disobeying the authority of the king.
Why does Ismene beg Antigone to obey Creon?

300

What is reverence for the gods is good, but everyone must obey the law.
What does the Chorus mean by "Reverence is a virtue, but strength/Lives in established law: that must prevail" ?

300

What is he is afraid of the punishment of the gods.
What makes Creon change his mind about condemning Antigone to death?

300

What is deep but blind devotion to her family.
What is Antigone's tragic flaw?

300

What is with the people.
Where does Haimon believe authority rests?

400

What is he fears the gods will punish him.
What, ultimately, makes Creon regret his actions?

400

What is kings look for value in how they are perceived.
What does Teiresias mean when he says, "The generation of kings has/always loved brass" ?

400

What is Creon takes the blame for everything that has happened.
At the end of the play, who takes the blame?

400

What is pride and inflexibility.
What is Creon's tragic flaw?

400

What is she refuses to disobey the laws of the gods.
According to Antigone, why is she being put to death?

Antigone

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