Similarities In Sophocles Antigone

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Alfred Nobel states, "One can state, without exaggeration, that the observation of and the search for similarities and differences are the base of all human knowledge." Everybody is so different in many ways, but when you think about it, there are numerous similarities to be discovered. Through the study of Sophocles' play Antigone, I have found multiple relations with different characters. Although this may be the case, the one character I found the most similarities with, was Ismene. First through attitude. Second by appearance. Lastly comparing our families. Ismene and I’s attitude is much alike. Ismene is very sassy and always gets her way. She is also stubborn when someone wants her to do something and she won't. She always get her way;…show more content…
Just like Ismene, when someone wants me to do something that I don't want to do, I won't. I always get my way. Sometimes my sisters or brother will want me to do something with them and I might not think it's the best idea, or maybe I don't want to. Instead of giving in to he or sheś ideas; I tell them straight, no. Thus proving, how mine and Ismene's personalities are similar Ismene and I both dress, and look very similar. Ismene and I both care a lot about how we look and what people think about us. We always need to look classy and impress them. In the book, Ismene has long brown hair and brown eyes. Most days, she wears her hair in braids; making her appear very elegant and sophisticated. Ismene prefers to wear dresses and sandals; to complement her lanky figure. I myself, have long brown hair; that reaches to my lower back. I also care a lot about my appearance and how people see me. I like to make a good first impression, and have my clothes express my character. Just like Ismene, I also wear dresses and sandals; as they suit me quite nicely. Even though this story is from the 500 B.Cs, our fashion senses are very parallel; therefore showing, how close she and I’s physical features are

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