In what light did Sophocles present her deed, and how would his audience look upon it ? ... that, as Creon violates the divine law, so Antigone upholds its sanctity , and that, deeply conscious as she is of the religious , duty she owes to the gaquot;ds and to ... Soph., Berl., 1824), who, as is well known, held that both Antigone and Creon overstepped the due limits ; he found the unity of the play in the thought thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Subject of Sophocles' Antigone|
|Author||:||Nicholas Panagis Vlachos|