Antigone's belief was that all men deserve a proper burial whether good or bad. Through these opposing characters he explores the depths of morality and duty based on consequence, as well as the pragmatism of the ego and the passions of the unconscious. This is why they are considered classics and are still read to this day. In most Greek tragedies ,the title of the play is the name of the tragic hero. He dishonorably reverses his stance only when he is warned of the boomeranging effect on his own household.
One received a proper burial because he was the current king and the other was left in the middle of the city to rot and to be eaten by the birds. Harry Potter is most like Antigone, they both like to do things they are told not to do, even if no one believes what they are doing is the right thing. Antigone wanted to bury her brother. Compare and contrast the part that the city or state polis plays in Antigone and Oedipus The King. The theme of the play is that anger causes irrational decision making and it connects to both Antigone and multiple real world examples. Creon ignores this advice at first but then realizes he was wrong and goes out to get Antigone himself.
God's will was not to give them a physical king. Judaism forbids cremation of the body and treats it as a sin. He seizes the kingdom from King Hamlet but then he repents for what he has done. Polyneices and Eteocles both killed each other in a war. Antigone felt that her brother deserved to be buried and was going to take care of it herself, even if she would be punished for it. When he did not win, he came in second. Creon did not have the support of the people when he implemented his decree, just as George Bush did not have the proper international backing when he carried out his vendetta.
The chorus is saying when laws are kept the icty will be successful and powerful, but if law is broken the city will go into chaos and it will fail. Democracy Antigone buries her brother against the king's order. After reducing the burnt corpses to ash, they had to throw them into the nearby river. She is also very sneaky. It may happen often, and sometimes rarely.
The tragic chain of events that leave Creon devastated by the loss of his wife and son, and guilt ridden by his decision to have Antigone executed, represent a problem with the strict societal values that divide family and state. This duality between them can be taken as a sign that they are both justified in their actions as they struggle to represent the social values imposed upon them. The blame was even put on her timid sister, Ismene. He comes up with his own laws without considering the welfare and wishes of his people and even of his family. He was angry he was in jail for 14 years and it was going to cause him to kill the shape shifter. As an example, he issues a harsh decree of non-burial to the disloyal Theban dead. Rowling Harry, the main character, goes to the shrieking shack of which he went into to find his friend who had been brought in against his will.
Creon emphasizes this point when he comments that 'while I live no woman shall rule me'. This theme is also present in Hamlet. He showed very irrational decision making because he was angry. We must avoid seeing the protagonists as one-dimensional representatives of simple oppositions: right and wrong, reason and emotion, state and individual, or the like 62. He never came in last place Magill 2.
Creon refused to have Polyneices buried because he felt that Polyneices was going to sell his people into slavery. It wouldn't seem to have much relevance in today's world, since with all the changes and advancements, the lives of the ancient Greeks would seem, well, ancient. More than one million people were murdered at Auschwitz from 1942 to 1944, 90 percent of them Jews, transported from all over German-occupied Europe. Antigone has equal Hubris herself. The pair get into plenty of trouble, and are alike and different in througout the story.
Ismene tells Antigone that as women they have no right to go against the word of man. By pitting state and family against one another Sophocles comments on the segregation between men and women in society and the devastating lack of equality that threatens harmony. Both versions have a tragic hero that only adheres to one spectrum of the two laws in discussion, causing them the abovementioned problems. Rowling Harry, the main character, goes to the shrieking shack of which he went into to find his friend who had been brought in against his will. She was even more troubled because her brother was the man involved. Five young Jewish women who worked for the Weichsel-Union-Metallwerke, a munitions plant within the Auschwitz complex, and who had smuggled small amounts of gunpowder to aid the uprising, were later hanged.
The respect paid to the body of what might be his offspring becomes a symbol of universal honor paid to all those slaughtered and then burnt in defiance of their religion in the inferno of crematoriums. And though he continues to reprise this theme, Creon is clearly more concerned with preserving certain values of law rather than the good of the city. Antigone is full of arrogance that she will not listen to the words of her sister, Ismene. He ordered that no one pray for, weep for, or bury those who attack the city. She definitely is headstrong because she is stubborn and refuses to give into to Creon even though it may cost her life.
New York: Marshall Cavendish Corp 1992. When they asked for a king they were rejecting God. This was similar to Antigone. The fact that Antigone turns from wanting to die to hating it only strengthens this point. In the end, therefore, King Creon is tragic, because he's left with nothing. To begin with, Antigone has gone through a hardship.