Analyze Antigone and why she insults insults Creon. What are the consequences for herself and for others?

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Antigone's Insults of Creon

We are supposed to analyze Antigone and why she insults insults Creon. What are the consequences for herself and for others?

  

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Antigone probably doesn't consider what she says as an insult so much as a declaration of the truth. She tells Creon that she may have defied his proclamation, but she is following a higher law. The...

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