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Sophocles Greek Tragedy, Antigone

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It has been said that love conquers all. Love is a major issue in Sophocles Greek Tragedy, Antigone. Antigone’s family is full of incest and betrayal. People say that Antigone, and her sister Ismene have been cursed because of their family’s bad decisions and horrible luck. Love in Antigone’s case did conquer all, but do the tragedy of deaths. Antigone’s love for her deceased brother eventually caused her own death. Antigone’s death went on to cause Haimon’s death, which ultimately caused the death of Haimon’s mother, Eurydice in due time.

Antigone’s two brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, have both died in a battle with each other. “Polyneices led an attack on the city, which was defended by force this under Antigone’s other brother Eteocles.” Polyneices is considered to be a complete t...


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