Role Of Creon In Antigone

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Antigone seems like an antagonist in this light because she never goes through this realization of admitting her mistakes and showing her flaws. In the play She never addresses her mistakes and she does not go through the transformation that Creon went through. She is stubborn but she does not recognize her flaws. Her stubbornness leads to her capture and eventually to her downfall. Her death is viewed as being a necessity to bring about Creon's self-realization which is a pivotal point in the plot. This view would turn her into an antagonist, since she is the initiation of Creon who becomes the protagonist at this point during the

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