- Who convinces Creon to release Antigone?
- Why does Creon decide not to bury Polyneices?
- What was Creon’s punishment?
- How has Creon ordered Polyneices body to be treated?
- Why does Creon finally change his mind?
- Why do you think Creon finally agrees to free Antigone and bury Polyneices?
- Why is Creon so determined to punish Antigone?
- Who does Creon decide not to bury Polyneices?
- Does Creon bury Polyneices at the end?
- Does Creon kill himself?
- How did Creon die?
Who convinces Creon to release Antigone?
TeiresiasAngered, Teiresias condemns Creon’s decision as an act of grave impiety, and predicts that he will be punished by the loss of his own child (1034-1090).
After Teiresias has gone, Creon becomes frightened, and at the urging of the chorus finally changes his mind.
He sends attendants to free Antigone (1091-1117)..
Why does Creon decide not to bury Polyneices?
After their death, Creon, brother of Jocasta, ascended to the throne of Thebes and he decreed that Polyneices’ corpse was not to be buried or even mourned because he betrayed his own country. … King Creon saw Polyneices as a traitor because he brought army from Argos to attack his own country, Thebes.
What was Creon’s punishment?
Creon’s punishment for killing Antigone is that he loses his family to death. His son, Haemon, stabs himself when he sees that Antigone has hung…
How has Creon ordered Polyneices body to be treated?
Creon has ordered that their brother, Polynices, is not to be given a proper burial. … proper burial. She will face the punishment of death for disobeying Creon’s order.
Why does Creon finally change his mind?
Why does Creon change the punishment? Creon believes that if Antigone is allowed to starve to death, he and the state are not really killing her, and the gods will not be angry with him.
Why do you think Creon finally agrees to free Antigone and bury Polyneices?
Why do you think Creon finally agrees to free Antigone and bury Polyneices? What lines give clues to his motives? He finally agrees because of what Teiresias says about his future and because he finally realizes his flaw even though it is too late.
Why is Creon so determined to punish Antigone?
Creon feels he must punish Antigone because, by defying his authority and trying to bury her brother, Antigone has become a threat to his rule.
Who does Creon decide not to bury Polyneices?
He decides not to bury Polynices because he was a traitor. Polynices and Eteocles were two brothers who fought for the throne. They both wanted to rule over Thebes (after their father, Oedipus, left), however, due to the curse, their rule wasn’t peaceful. So they ended up killing each other.
Does Creon bury Polyneices at the end?
Creon Timeline and Summary After Eteocles and Polyneices kill each other, Creon takes the throne of Thebes. Creon orders that, because Polyneices attacked the city, he will not be given proper burial rites. Anyone who buries Polyneices will be punished by death.
Does Creon kill himself?
No, Creon does not kill himself in Antigone. His wife, son, and niece all commit suicide during the course of the play, but Creon refrains from taking…
How did Creon die?
Creon does not die in Antigone, although his wife, niece, and son do. They both commit suicide as a result of Creon’s actions.