Antigone Essay | Sophocles' Antigone

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Sophocles' Antigone

Summary: sophocles biography
Sophocles was born in Colonus, a village near Athens, Greece, in the year 495 B.C. Because of his father's wealth and reputation, Sophocles was given the right to any literary works of that time. By the time he was a teenager, he was well known throughout his town and around Greece for being handsome and talented. At age 28, he competed in the City Dionysia, which was a festival held every year at the Theatre of Dionysus in which new plays were presented. Even though this was his first ever competition he entered for his writing, he won the first prize. He continued to win 18 more first prizes and wrote another 120 plays. (http://www.online-literature.com/sophocles/). Along with writing plays, he also acted in the productions of his own plays.

Not only was Sophocles a writer, but he also served on many different committees and groups for the...

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