Tragic Hero In Antigone By Sophecles

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Tragedy is intended to make catharsis by making the listeners sympathize with the tragic hero. The point of a tragic hero is to create feelings of pity and fear. A powerful tragedy leads to the audience mirroring the rise and fall of a tragic character. In the play Antigone by Sophecles, Antigone has some tragic flaws working against her; for instance, her loyalty to the gods, her stubbornness and pride, and her familial loyalty were the conspirators on Antigone’s life. Antigone’s stubbornness is a good trait for heroic character but, regrettably, it gets herself in a big trouble and also affects other characters as well.

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