intro to theater – Antigone
Explore the following TWO questions.
Each question should be answered in no less than one full double spaced page of 11 or 12 point type.
1. What do you think is the primary “Spine” or “Theme” or “Point” of the play? Justify your answer with examples from the text.
2. With which character in the play did you relate the most? Explain why using examples of their actions or dialogue from the text and your own opinions.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Description of criterion
There are two questions and each is worth 50 points. You must meet the minimum of one full page per answer and you must use examples from the text to support your answers.
The primary idea of the play includes pride love and fate. The family of Oedipus was confronted by fate at the beginning of the play. Fate is likewise depicted by some events like Oedipus action of murdering his own father, wedding his mother and siring her four children, and later discovering about everything he had done. Likewise, Fate plays a major role in Oedipus more of removing his eyes. Fate likewise chose Creon as Thebes’ king and made him facilitate the murder of Oedipus two sons. The fate of Antigone was to perish endeavoring to give his brother a decent burial and being faithful to her family. It is Creon’s fate to mislay his family and spend his life with the knowledge that it was all his mistakes. In the last section of the play,