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Antigone is Guilty in the Play by Sophocles

Summary: The writer's view that the character of Antigone is guilty in Sophocles' Play of the Same Name
Antigone is Guilty

The innocence of Antigone's actions in Sophocles' tragedy has been defended since the play was first written. There are people who believe that she buried her brother, Polyneices, in order to give him an honorable burial and to honor her family. In Creon's defense, I believe that Antigone is guilty and should be punished as charged for the actions she took.

Antigone is not only guilty for breaking the law but also for being part of a cursed bloodline. I realize there are some aspects of her life which she had no control over and that were simply inherited, but knowing the fate of her father and the curse on her family tree, she should have taken into account that the same type of twisted fate could be destined upon her. Because she was aware of her father's error...

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