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Unformatted text preview: he wanted to achieve. Creon is partial, that he is bias, and that he only wants his own perspective to be the only way heard and followed. And no one else can speak or think as well as he does Antigone could also be attributed with being partial and that she doest listen to her sisters pleas and is close-minded. 3. Is Antigone a feminist? How does she both exemplify and subvert the traditional role of women? She is diverting from traditional role of a woman by not listening to Creons order and also she exemplifies it by burying her family. Bill Moyers Interview with Martha Nussbaum on Greek Tragedy 1. Which ideas in this video did you find most interesting, and why? That Lyndon Johnson refused to have his children taken out of the Vietnam war and that his work superseded his family life. 2. How might you apply Nussbaums ideas to Antigone? Notes:...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course POL 201 taught by Professor Danoff during the Spring '09 term at Miami University.
- Spring '09
- Antigone (The Oedipus Plays), Antigone, Creon