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What Is Antigone's Tragic Flaw

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Antigone recognizes her error, accepts its tragic consequences and is humbled. She states “This girl is guilty of a double insolence, breaking the given laws and boasting of it.” scene 2, line 80. She is called out by creon to get punished for the crime she committed. Antigone is breaking the law just to get what she wants. Antigone has a few downfalls but one of the most important ones was when she dies. “O tomb, vaulted bride-bed in eternal rock, soon I shall be with my own again.” Scene 4,line 58. She is implying that she is predicting her death which ends up actually happening. Antigone is done with all this and realizes her tragic flaw.
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