Antigone Act 1 Analysis

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The significance of this scene is that it is the end of the story and everyone starts to fall (die), and it shows how everyone fell apart. In Antigone Creon’s wife decides to kill herself, but Creon has no idea about this. The 2nd messenger goes to tell Creon this horrible news and the outcome isn’t that great. Creon realizes the mistake he made, and realized it was his fault that his wife is dead. Creon has the guards take him away while saying, “I don’t exist any more; I’m no one. The lesson from "Antigone" is that you have to be ready to accept the consequences of your convictions. Not only is Antigone loyal to her brother and her religious beliefs, brave when confronted with danger and death, but she accepts the consequence (death) before
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