How Does Sophocles Characterize Antigone?

Haemon rushes at Creon and takes a misstep and falls on his own blade, killing himself.

Antigone’s Playlist | Poetics, Rhetoric, & Performance

The overall moral conflicts in the play are between Antigone and her religious beliefs about God’s law, and between Creon and Thebes’ justice system about human law....

Theme Statements | AP Literature and Composition

In doing so, Creon acted decisively, and ignored Polyneices’s relationship with him, as well as the effects the edict would have on him and his family.

In "Antigone," Sophocles examines the conflict between the requirements of human and divine law that is centered on the burial of Polynices, Antigone's brother and Creon's nephew....