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Antigone

Antigone

  

by Sophocles

Antigone: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. A central theme is tension between individual action and ____. -> Desire
2. Which types of law are contrasted? -> Family and religious
3. What universal character trait is present? -> Determination
4. What corrupts and metaphorically blinds characters? -> Greed
5. What roles does Creon see for women in society? -> Helpers

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