Creon Character Analysis Of Antigone

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In the story of Antigone, Creon has a much different personality than he does in the story of Oedipus. In the tale of Antigone, Creon is most definitely a tragic hero. He is a man of high standing who undergoes great suffering. Due to his one major flaw, he will have a downfall that we the audience will accept. Creon is a powerful king who is suffering from the burdens of rule. He gets lost somewhere in between family values and his authority in the kingdom. His son Haemon falls in love with Antigone. When Antigone does a wrong, he feels as if he has no other choice but to sentence her to her execution. After many people make an effort to stop Creon, he finally sees that he is wrong and should release Antigone. But when he finds her, it’s
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