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Tragedy has already struck, death has already struck: We would rather die than take back our words. She expresses her regrets at not having married and dying for following the laws of the gods. He only sees his narrow-minded sense of justice, and ignores the effects it will have on his loved ones. Antihona was Creon’s hubris which caught my attention this time.
We all hold on to our words and actions like its a part of us. A number of things struck me in the differing views of Antigone and Creon which have modern day relevance, and which I suspect will also feature in Home Fire. Or she may learn at last, better late than never, what a waste of breath it is to worship Death.
Now, the Greek concept of death, the absence of life, and the removal of ourselves from this world, is somewhat different to the Biblical concept of death.
Tiresias, the blind prophet, enters.
Doesn’t he have a mandate? Creon is left in tatters. Creon, the uncle and new king, declares one of the brothers as the traitor, and forbids his burial. Not many things are known about his life other than that he was wealthy, well educated and wrote about one hundred and twenty three plays of which few are extant.
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Antigone is engaged to her cousin Haemon, the son of Creon, and has much to live for. In this Greek tragedy, Antigone, Oedipus Rex’s daughter, fights to have a proper burial for her brother.
The images you see are intense. I’m proud of my books and so are you of other things. I am not well-schooled in tragedies–the Greek tragedies, that is–but when I learned that one of the books I intended to read for the Man Booker award this year was based on the story of Antigone, I thought now was a good time to have a look.
That, though, is only speculation. She decides to disobey the king and in the night, begins the burial of her brother.
Antigone (The Theban Plays, #3) by Sophocles
Antigona by Sofokle Condition: I imagine him simply incredulous. Antigone makes for one hell of a kick-ass heroine.
However, it ends very, very badly for him, and this is emphasised at the conclusion when the prophet Tiresieus arrives and passes on the message from the gods.
A chill remains in the air and yet a glimmer of hope persists, even now. Zena ustaje protiv muskarca, i protiv vladara. For him to be disobeyed will suggest that he does not actually have the character to be a king.
So what do we learn from this? I might sound stupid for bringing Che into such a regal and archaic setting,but I guess I’m not. Okay, so they killed each other and now Antigone is betrothed to Hemon, son of Creon. As with Electra, Antigone is a sofikle alone facing the sodokle of an elder king unwilling to lose face or learn anything new he hasn’t s Sofojle, this resonated deeply with me.