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Antigone by Sophocles: Scene 2, Ode 2

Which step is missing from the graphic organizer? Predict resolution What is Antigone’s motivation? loyalty to family Creon speaks these lines to Ismene. What does the figurative language reveal about Creon’s character? He is paranoid and fearful. Who creates the…

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Antigone Study Guide: Scene 3 Ode 3

What is Haemon’s initial response when his father ask how he feels about the king’s decision to execute Antigone? He says, “No marriage means more to me that your (Creon’s) continuing wisdom” (Scene 3 14). What does Creon say the…

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Antigone Unit Test

What did the chorus do in Greek theater? sing and chant How many actors performed on stage in Classical Dramas? 3 Greek theater was invented during festivals honoring which god? Dionysus In Greek theater, masks were used for what? They…

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Antigone scene 3 ode 3 scene 4

Creon’s belief that Haemon must either hate or love him reflects what quality of his character? He does not bend. As reflected in lines 8-10, what is Haemon’s attitude toward his father? Reverence. He respects his father’s wisdom. Creon’s choice…

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Antigone

why did Creon refuses to bury Polynecies? If a person is not buried, their soul will be wandering forever. Since Polynecies started the war against his brother, he wants him not to be buried. Why does Antigone want to bury…

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Antigone: Scene 5, Paean

A(n) __________ character is a character with few traits and who is not impacted by plot events. static A(n) _________ character is a character type that is common in certain genres. stock Which character is a dynamic character in Antigone…

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Antigone Scene 1

who has Creon assembled at the beginning of the scene? why does he say he has passed the new law? Chorus and he cannot honor a hero and a traitor with the same burial how does the sentry act when…

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Eng. 10 Antigone Quizlet

Antigone – the daughter of King Oedipus who disobeyed King Creon’s decree by burying her rebel brother- was condemned to death Ismene -Antigone’s sister who refuses to help her bury their brother Polyneices because she is afraid to break the…

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Mythological Allusions From Antigone

Bacchus: The god of wine (called Dionysus in Greek mythology). The holiday was eventually banned due to drunken and libertine excess. Something described as Bacchanalian is similarly decadent and uninhibited. Patron of Thebes Cupid: Cupid, or Amor, was the Roman…

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Antigone Quotes

“And you can prove what you are: a true sister, or a traitor to your family.” Antigone to IsmeneAntigone wants Ismene’s help with burying Polyneices. She’s trying to manipulate her. “We are only women. We cannot fight with men…” Ismene…

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