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Essay heading: Creon Tragic Hero
 
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I'll stick by the established laws in the future." (95-99) The mistakes that he made are exemplified when Creon states, "...by my stubbornness, oh my son, so young, to die so young, and all because of me." (105-107) He is feeling so much regret and disappointment in himself. This is the first part in the play where he realizes his mistake in passing an unjust proclamation and accepts responsibility for all that has happened...
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This is the first part in the play where he realizes his mistake in passing an unjust proclamation and accepts responsibility for all that has happened. It is the first time that he has woken up to the realities of what he has done to his family. He has already taken the first step towards repentance of his wrongs when he personally sees to it that the body of Polynices received a proper burial...
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