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I have to read the play Antigone for AP English homework over the summer. I read it and now I have to write some stuff on it. I got all the questions down, but one that i cant decide on i would love some help on.

the question is: Who do you think had the most power in the story?

I have to expand on the answer, but really i want to hear what you guys say

For the record, its the Jean Anouilh version, but if you've read the sophocles one they are the same story wise.
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I'll get to this tomorrow. I have a resit for Literary Genres on monday and I have to analyse Sophocles, Brecht and Anouilh's versions of Antigone. I can't help you now, bedtime..
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Don´t know how much someone will care if I spoil them but just in case,
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Clearly Antigone, as she chose to die, rather than not burying the guy who fought for the other country.

You can´t get more power, than by dying for what you believe and your ideals.
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#4
im in AP english and i had to read Wuthering Heights and One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest over the summer
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Don´t know how much someone will care if I spoil them but just in case,
SPOILERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRr


Clearly Antigone, as she chose to die, rather than not burying the guy who fought for the other country.

You can´t get more power, than by dying for what you believe and your ideals.


Just about to post that.

Urik knows his Greek Plays.
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Don´t know how much someone will care if I spoil them but just in case,
SPOILERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRr


Clearly Antigone, as she chose to die, rather than not burying the guy who fought for the other country.

You can´t get more power, than by dying for what you believe and your ideals.


See, thats what I was thinking, but not for that reason. Thanks for adding on to my argument though!
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Just about to post that.

Urik knows his Greek Plays.


We read Antigone in school in literature two years ago and analized it to death

Oh and also, she actually stud up against the king which is also a very crazy thing to do.
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Quote by urik
Don´t know how much someone will care if I spoil them but just in case,
SPOILERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRr


Clearly Antigone, as she chose to die, rather than not burying the guy who fought for the other country.

You can´t get more power, than by dying for what you believe and your ideals.


Aw... dang. I was about to post that.
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Antigone has the power. Antigone is the only person who welcomes her fate. None of the other characters are in any way pleased with how the story ends. Whilst Antigone isn't happy she can accept it more readily than the others
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