Question: English & Literature

In Antigone, what is Creon's tragic flaw?
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His pride is one of his tragic flaws. He's made an edict and he's afraid of how he'll be perceived if he doesn't stick with the course of action he's set into motion. To give into his wife and to remove the brother from the parapets would signal a weakness and to Creon this would signal disaster.

MHood2 | 572 days ago