Antigone - Antigone By Nathan Sullivan The story of Antigone is a shocking tail of horror and piety The reader will feel a mix of emotions though

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Antigone By Nathan Sullivan The story of Antigone is a shocking tail of horror and piety. The reader will feel a mix of emotions though out the course of the play. They will ask themselves what they may do in the same place as a number of the people that are in the play. The over all feel of this play is that a person should learn to over come their own pride in order to do the right thing. This is first seen as the women that the play has been named after decides that she will break the law in order to pay her respects to dead brother. This shows the devotion that this women has for her family she would be willing to die just to show that she loves her brother even when her sister is to afraid to do the same. This could lead a reader to think which sister would they play if this would happen to them. Would they stand up for their family even after they had passed on to the next life? Or would they think it unnecessary to tend to those that have moved on? This is not only a personal question
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CORE, MATH 110 taught by Professor Scanelle during the Spring '08 term at Valparaiso.

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Antigone - Antigone By Nathan Sullivan The story of Antigone is a shocking tail of horror and piety The reader will feel a mix of emotions though

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