Creon in Antigone Quiz

Creon in Antigone Quiz

Created by Jamie Wheeler

Creon is the King of Thebes. He has one tragic flaw: pride. His inability to control his hubris leads to many deaths. Be sure you understand Creon's choices and their consequences by taking the quiz over his character in the classic Greek tragedy Antigone by Sophocles from eNotes.

  • Question 1

    True or False; Creon momentarily listens to Tiresias's warnings

  • Question 2

    How does Creon's wife kill herself?

  • Question 3

    To whom does Creon finally listen?

  • Question 4

    Of what fate does Tiresias predict for Creon if he remains stubborn?

  • Question 5

    What punishment for Antigone's disobedience does Creon order?

  • Question 6

    Why does Creon disown his son?

  • Question 7

    How long was Creon supposed to rule?

  • Question 8

    How is Creon related to Antigone?

  • Question 9

    Who takes their own life right in front of Creon's eyes?

  • Question 10

    True or False: Although he loses everyone he loves, Creon holds on to power

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