you won’t change my mind to make yourself more rich.
The tribe of prophets—/all of them—are fond of money.
You’re a wise prophet,/but you love doing wrong.
Until one dies the best thing well may be/to follow our established laws.
Haemon attempts to persuade Creon to free Antigone.
Creon changes his mind and decides to bury Polyneices and to free Antigone.
Antigone is lead away to the tomb.
Antigone is arrested.
The character has no effect on the audience.
The character causes the audience to feel peace and comfort.
The character provides the audience with comic relief.
The character causes the audience to feel anxiety and fear.
The character has no effect on the plot.
The character causes Creon to rebel against the gods.
The character causes Creon to recognize his mistakes.
The character causes the gods to forgive Creon.
Kings are wiser than prophets.
Birds are evil.
Gods punish the wicked.
Prophets are greedy.
Divine authority holds the ultimate power.
Human authority holds the ultimate power.
Each individual holds the ultimate power.
Family is the ultimate power.