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Battle of Wills

Summary: This essay is about the right and wrong decisions of the characters in Antigone.


We all reach a point in our lives where we have a choice to make. Choosing a choice is like choosing between two paths on a journey; it will change our lives forever. To the left is a dark and dreary road. It is a dangerous and scary place to travel. On the other hand, the road is safe and sound to the right. A woman named Antigone in the story of Antigone by Sophocles has a decision to make in her life. She has to decide if burying her dead brother Polyneices is worth being stoned to death. Antigone takes the dark and dreary path and chooses to bury her brother. When she is brought to King Creon to explain her actions, she makes an argument to plead her case. In the argument between Creon and Antigone, Antigone's reasoning is clearly in the right, and Creon's...

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