Creon And Haemon's Symbols In Wizard Of Oz

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In literature, a symbol has a variety of meanings the actions of these characters of course have an affect on that characters symbol. Haemon’s symbol may definitely be a heart since he not only showed compassion and sympathy for his father Creon, Haemon also died for his beloved Antigone. A heart is something of value and Haemon precisely fits this symbol throughout the book. Another symbol that could be presented is a hammer not just any hammer but those that are used in court. Justice and laws played their portion and it was justice for them all in a sense. Creon’s inability to consider Antigone’s opinion led for him to kill her and the death of his family which is by all means just. Although the movie Wizard of Oz was definitely not created
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