Guilt and Punishment

Creon's actions and judgment in the play Antigone were doubtful, but I actually don't think this individual deserved the punishment he received at the conclusion of the enjoy. My idea of existence probably inspired my decision because I think that everybody deserves an additional chance. Creon was pompous and would not listen to anyone's advice, including Tiresias, a prophet who has never informed him a lie. Yet , in the end he realized what had happened and accepted his fate.

Creon was simply recently appointed king thus i guess having been trying to provide a great example by sentencing Antigone to death. He didn't' need the people to think he was an individual who made conditions to their individual ruling. Part of me would not want to forgive Creon, because what he did was spoiled. He flipped against his own family. I could never send a family member to jail or even worse, death.

Creon's consequence was quite harsh. Each of the people near to him died. His child and child died which was if he realized what style of problem he had manufactured. He went against the honnete of the people, ignored advice from his family members and a prophet who have never been wrong. His obstinate decision led him towards his downfall. In the end Creon realized that it was his fault that all one around him perished. It was past too far to feel dissapointed about now, so he accepted his abuse.

My spouse and i don't think which the punishment was suitable as it was as well extreme. Picture if everybody in your family died mainly because you built a poor decision. No one excellent, that is why they put erasers on your pencils. I think everyone ought to deserve another chance, whether or not that an individual is Creon.