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Essay | Analysis of "The Chorus of Antigone"

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Analysis of "The Chorus of Antigone"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis on the play "The Chorus of Antigone" by Sophocles as well as discusses its purpose.
The famous play of Antigone written by Sophocles is tragic tale with a tragic ending. The play takes plays long time ago in the ancient city of Thebes, where there lived a kink by the name of Kreon. In the play there is a chorus. The chorus chants all sorts of stories and right things to do taking us away and having nothing to do with the original play on Antigone. In all of the choruses they bring us do a different story and also sometimes a different moral. The chorus plays a very significant part of the play Antigone. First it relaxes the watcher or the reader from the suspense. Second, it teaches. Not noticeably some good things like the right choice to make. Third, the chorus tells some past of certain characters in the play, to know them better and how they...

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