Haemon And Creon In Shakespeare's Play 'Antigone'

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In the third episode Shakespeare 's play “Antigone”, an argument brews between a king, Creon, and his son Haemon about the rebellions of one named Antigone. After discovering Antigone had committed treason by burying her brother, Polynices who was considered a traitor to the realm. Both Haemon and Creon used strong emotions to portray their arguments where Hameon also used logic in reasoning in his interaction with his father.
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