Antigone Haemon Character Analysis

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In “Antigone,” we are introduced to many different characters. Each is unique and have their own personality and traits. Some characters, however, hold important traits that shape the storyline. Haemon shows that the truth triumphs over allegiance and power. He shows that one can rebel against their own side and that not only the truth hurts, but logic too. Throughout the story, it shows that Haemon doesn 't believe in his father 's choices. Almost immediately after his father, Creon, informs him of what is to happen to Antigone, he starts to hint at his disapproval. “What sort of respect tramples on all that is holy?” is where Haemon starts to show that he does not agree with his father’s actions. Despite stating earlier on that all his

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