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Antigone and the Sentry

Summary: Explores the play Antigone by Sophocles. Explains why the sentry is glad to have delivered Antigone to Creon. Describes how the delivering benefits the sentry.
Antigone's delivery to Creon was beneficial to the sentry and hurtful in a way. Antigone was the "man who put dirt on Polynecies body, and everyone reading the story is awate of it. Creon however has no clue. Creon threatens to kill the sentry if he didn't bring the "man" who had done the crime. When the sentry delivery Antigone to Creon it took all blame from the sentry and put it all on Antigone, therefore, it saved his life. It might have benefited the sentry's life but it hamed Antigone.

The sentry is sorry to have delivered Antigone because he believes her to be a friend of his. The sentry may have saved his life but he has partial fault in killing a friend. He uses an excellent analogy to explain the reaction of Antigone when she saw all her hard work destroyed. He compares...

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