Haemon And Creon Analysis

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The Disappointment Of A Cared About Man “For me your judgments and the ways you act on them are good- I shall follow them.” (Lines 720-22) Haemon says, as he assures the integrity he has for his father. The actions and viewpoints of Haemon and His father, Creon, are greatly differing as one has the view of making himself happy and the other cares about the city of Thebes. The conflicting views have caused Creon’s; anger, fear, and pride to shine through his character. Haemon slowly started to realize that the view he had of his father wasn’t as he thought it was. Creon’s rage stemmed from his fear of weakness and horrible ego, which Haemon brings out in their communication. The actions and motives of Haemon in the interactions with his father

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