Creon's Stubbornness In Antigone

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Within Antigone, many of the characters’ stubbornness contributing to the major conflict could have easily been handled differently. Because of this, one ended up dead and another lost everyone he loved. Ismene, Antigone’s sister, remained alive but only because of fear of being punished. It is sometimes unnecessary qualities like being head strong that lead to no one gaining triumph in the end. Because two willful people were both standing up for what they believed in, neither won the battle. Most conflict happens between family members and in this story, Creon and Antigone are ending it.
Creon is the leader and he knows that he should not have to feel pity for the people nor listen to them if he does not want to. This should exclude
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