Haemon In Sophocles Antigone

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In Antigone, a play written by Sophocles, there more than a couple of characters that carry a slew of traits that which I posses. However, one I believe I portray the most is Haemon, Antigone's fiance. In this play Haemon is seen as faithful, loyal, and a man who stands up for what he believes in. To demonstrate such, Antigone, his soon to be wed, is already set to be exiled by his most fearful father, King Creon. Rather than just accepting the fact that his love is being given the death penalty and scout for a new, he decides to argue with the higher authority, and beg for her life. Right here, Haemon exhibits that even when it will come to going against someone with greater power he will remain both faitful and morally courages. Going into

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