Creon's Fate In Sophocles Antigone

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In Sophocles's Antigone he makes it seem like the characters are defying the rules of the gods. Characters in the story seem to be branching out, and choosing their own fate. Creon defied the rules of the gods, and refused to allow Polyneices to be buried. Antigone defied the kind, and buried Polyneices. Antigone also chose her own fate by hanging herself in the tomb. Showing that the characters are defying the gods, and choosing their own fates. Creon goes against the god's rules by not allowing Polyneices to be buried. According to the god’s if one is not buried their soul is left to wander the earth. Creon goes against the rule of the god’s and makes his own choices in doing so. Thus deciding his own destiny. Antigone breaks king Creon’s rules and buries her brother. In doing so she is breaking away from the rule of Creon. She is deciding her own destiny. She ends up getting caught and faces consequences, she put herself in that situation deciding her own fate.…show more content…
While in the tomb as a punishment for burying her brother, she hangs herself. Thus deciding her own fate in how she died. Characters in the story seem to be branching out, and choosing their own fate. Creon defied the rules of the gods, and refused to allow Polyneices to be buried. Antigone defied the kind, and buried Polyneices. Antigone also chose her own fate by hanging herself in the tomb. Showing that the characters are defying the gods, and choosing their own
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