Is Creon Greedy In Antigone

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While obeying the god’s laws should be reason enough alone, it is not Polynices’ fault this happened, but rather Eteocles’ for not following his own word. Back when Eteocles and Polynices took the throne, they both agreed to switch it every certain amount of years. When it came time for Polynices to take the throne Eteocles became greedy and banished him. In reality, this feud began because of Eteocles. Even then, some might say that Antigone could have reasoned with Creon, the only problem being that Creon is hard headed and that she had already tried that. In essence, this simply would have not happened if Eteocles did not express

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