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Antigone's Police Reports
The People of Thebes vs. Oedipus
Case Description: Complainant (the People of Thebes) accuse Defendant (King Oedipus) of murder and incest. When Thebes was infested by a terrible plague, King Oedipus sent his brother-in-law, Creon...
Antigone Commends Theseus
Case Description: After wandering aimlessly for years, Antigone and Oedipus eventually ended up in Colonus, a suburb of Athens, where it turns out that Oedipus was destined to die. It was also prop...
Antigone vs. Eteocles and Polyneices
Case Description: Complainant (Antigone) accuses Defendants (Eteocles and Polyneices) of being total boneheads. When Eteocles refused to share the throne of Thebes with Polyneices, Polyneices showe...
Creon vs. Antigone
Case Description: Complainant (Creon) accuses Defendant (Antigone) of treason. After Eteocles and Polyneices killed each other in their war over Thebes, Creon declared that Eteocles' body would be...
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