- 1 WHO reports that Polyneices has been buried?
- 2 What report does the guard deliver to Creon?
- 3 Which character is the protagonist in the play Creon Ismene Antigone Polyneices?
- 4 What question does the chorus leader ask Creon about this burial?
- 5 Why did Creon not bury Polyneices?
- 6 Why does Creon think Polyneices was buried?
- 7 How has Creon ordered Polyneices body to be treated?
- 8 How does the guard act when he comes before Creon?
- 9 Who does Creon blame for Eurydice’s death?
- 10 Who is responsible for Creon’s Peripeteia?
- 11 What is the conflict between Creon and Tiresias?
- 12 What does Creon’s response to Oedipus’s accusations tell us about Creon as a character?
- 13 Does Creon think haemon will really kill himself?
- 14 Why does Antigone make Creon so angry?
- 15 What does Creon want the chorus for?
WHO reports that Polyneices has been buried?
Antigone will bury Polyneices.
What report does the guard deliver to Creon?
What report does the guard deliver to Creon? The guard reports that the body of Polyneices was buried.
Which character is the protagonist in the play Creon Ismene Antigone Polyneices?
The protagonist of the play. Defies Creon’s orders and gives her brother, Polynices a proper burial. She believes that the burial is part of the unwritten rules from the gods even though it is against the law Creon sets.
What question does the chorus leader ask Creon about this burial?
the chorus advises “let us begin oblivion of the past” what does this mean? look at the future with happiness in stead of tragedy. according to creon, how is he acting in the state’s best interest by denying polyneices’ burial? he says hes a traitor therefor he doesnt deserve a proper burial.
Why did Creon not bury Polyneices?
Creon exiled Oedipus from Thebes after Oedipus killed his father and married his mother. Creon also declared that Polyneices would not receive a proper burial because he committed treason against his own city.
Why does Creon think Polyneices was buried?
The Sentinel seems to be scared of Creon by the way that he arrived to tell Creon the news he has. Creon thinks the Sentinel is responsible because Creon thinks someone bribed him to bury Polyneices because he believes no one would willingly bury him knowing they would be stoned.
How has Creon ordered Polyneices body to be treated?
Creon has ordered that their brother, Polynices, is not to be given a proper burial. proper burial. She will face the punishment of death for disobeying Creon’s order.
How does the guard act when he comes before Creon?
How does the sentry act when he comes before Creon? The sentry says someone has sprinkled dust and done the burial ritual on Polyneices creon. Creon suspects a man bribed one of the sentries to do it.
Who does Creon blame for Eurydice’s death?
Who reports Eurydice’s death? Eurydice blames Antigone/ Creon for Haemon’s death and she blames Antigone/ Creon for Megareus’ death.
Who is responsible for Creon’s Peripeteia?
Despite Creon’s edict, Antigone is the one, who buries Polyneices. And finally it is her suicide that makes her beloved one, Haemon, to commit suicide. This, in turn, is the cause behind the Creon’s wife death.
What is the conflict between Creon and Tiresias?
The conflict between the king and the prophet echoes the conflict between Creon and Antigone. Once again we see the laws of man butting heads with the ancient laws of the gods. When Creon refuses to give in, Teiresias drops the knowledge that Creon’s own family will die as a result of his blasphemous actions.
What does Creon’s response to Oedipus’s accusations tell us about Creon as a character?
D. Explanation: Creon shows himself to be completely forthright, direct and calm. His personality shows when Oedipus blames him for conspiracy. Rather than getting distraught at his distrustful brother by marriage, Creon offers a discerning clarification concerning why he has no longing for Oedipus’ crown.
Does Creon think haemon will really kill himself?
Haemon means that he will kill himself if Creon kills Antigone. Creon thinks that Haemon means that he will kill Creon. At the beginning, he was respectful and trying to flatter Creon. At the end he is desperate and accuses Creon of being too stubborn and of offending the gods.
Why does Antigone make Creon so angry?
Creon responds angrily that the Gods would never honor a wicked person who had come to burn their temples. Instead, he is convinced, someone was bribed to do it.
What does Creon want the chorus for?
The Chorus is terrified by Tiresias’s prophecy. Creon admits that he too is worried and will do whatever the citizens recommend. They call for him to free Antigone, and he reluctantly leaves to do so. Once he is gone, the Chorus prays to Dionysus to protect Thebes.