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"Antigone" by Sophocles - Ancient Greek Drama

"Antigone" by Sophocles is one of the greatest plays of Ancient Greece. The character Antigone represents literature first great feminist heroine.

"Antigone" in 60 Seconds
Antigone in Sixty Seconds: A quick plot summary - Notes and Synopsis for Antigone by Sophocles

"Antigone" Study Questions - Characters and Themes
Antigone Study Questions - Characters and Themes of Antigone by Sophocles

Antigone's Monologue
In this moving speech, Sophocles' devoted protagonist reflects upon her choices and their consequences.

Antigone's Defiant Monologue
In this scene, King Creon has just learned that Antigone has defied his laws by providing a proper burial for her disgraced brother.

Creon's Monologue from "Antigone"
In this ancient monologue by the Greek playwright Sophocles, the ruler of Thebes issues a stern command to his subjects.

Ismene's Monologue from "Antigone"
A dramatic female monologue from Sophocles' play "Antigone."

Antigone - The Complete Play
The complete e-text of "Antigone" by Sophocles. Adapted by F. Storr.

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