Antigone Quotes by Sophocles
Comparing Hubris Pride to Antigone’s and Oedipus’
Pssst… we can write an original essay just for you. The idea of hubris is monumental in a plethora of Greek mythological works. In many ways the excessive pride of certain characters fuels their own destruction. This is certainly true with respect to the characters of Pentheus, Antigone, and Oedipus. All three of these characters demonstrate, through their actions, various degrees of arrogance that seem to undercut the traditional role of the Gods, and thus largely contribute to their downfall. However, it should be noted that while each of these characters demonstrate hubris, they way in which their arrogance manifests itself is unique to each character.
Examples of Hubris. Definition of Hubris. The role of hubris in Antigone can be connected to the role of death in Antigone because one's.
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The Conflict Between Antigone And Creon
Topics: Hubris , Play. Antigone provides a balanced sense of pride, which motivates her to perform honorable deeds, but deeds that insult Creon, the Theban king, and his sense of pride. His belief in himself as an authority above the Gods leads to the events that cause the tragedy to Antigone and eventually to his own family. He was to rule Thebes until Eteocles and Polyneices could rule together as adults. After their deaths in battle he was proclaimed king in his own right. His first statute forbade burial to Polyneices, or any of the other soldiers who attacked Thebes.
The Story of Antigone. I Feel that this quote show's Antigone's pride, hubris, and is important because it is the beginning of the end for her. She shows that she will break the law and is accepting of death because she believes that she has the right and is doing what the gods want by burying her brother. Instead of trying other means to bury her brother, she rushes headlong into this decision. In the end she will die for it, and that is her flaw.