The View of Women in Early Greece

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Karen J

 

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May 1, 2017

 

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Therefore, when she pleads with Antigone to leave Polynices' corpse alone, this argument does not hold strong. Antigone responds with cutting remarks, hinting a sense of weakness that she feels in her sister. She simply tells her sister to be the way she chooses to be, and alludes to her own strength and heroic character...
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This is one of the main reasons why Creon feels kinder notions towards Ismene. Creon is utterly outraged by Antigone's actions. Not only did she openly disregard his orders and break the law, but she, as a woman, undermined the authority of a man. Creon continually refers to men's superiority over women and the ideas that women should be kept in check and letting them run wild is a dangerous move...
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