Daughter of Oedipus and sister of Polyneices, Eteocles
Sister to Antigone, not as much as a believer, did NOT help in the ritual of Polyneices
King of Thebes, Uncle to Antigone and Ismene, Son of Meneoceus
Son of Creon, betrothed to Antigone, Cousin to Antigone,
Blind Prophet, helped another King, older,
Wife of Creon, Haemon's mother,
Three; Antigone, Haemon, Eurydice
How many people died in Antigone (end scene)?; Order of death
hanged (Antigone), Haemon (stabbed himself), Eurydice (stabbed herself)
For the people that died (NOT Polyneices), how did they die? Be general.
"On a wimb", flights, spontaneous
Existing everywhere, present everywhere (Walgreens)
Fleeting, brief, lasting a very short time
Not placed in a tomb, "Tomb", not buried
prophecy; prediction of events, "prophesizing" (Levora's words)
impulsive and unpredictable
"She is poison" (220)
"You fall a plummet fall / To pay a father's sin"
"Your prayers are done. / Man cannot flatter Fate, / And punishments must come."
____ tries to "share the blame" and weaken the burden of Antigone for performing Polyneices's ritual.
"They think as I, but trim their tongues to you" (212).
"Don't entrench yourself in your opinion / as if everyone else was wrong" (222).
"And never have it said we were worsted by a woman" (221).
_____'s death was noble (hero); ______'s death (exile). Hint: Sibling relation
"For this, I feel no twinges of regret. / And if you judge me fol, perhaps it is / because a fool is judge" (211).
Think before you act, Blindness, Women's role, Selfless vs. Selfish, Lifestyles/Reputation, Leadership (Kings), Trust, Family Relations,