Too Late Too Often
Everyone has made mistakes, big or small. We all try to fix them—but often all too late. This is no exception for Creon, king of Thebes. However, while we can usually move on, Creon is forced to suffer for the rest of his life. He is more tragic than Antigone or Oedipus, as he is a dynamic character, trying to change and make amends, yet fails miserably, and is the only one in the end without a means to escape his enormous suffering.
Creon, letting his pride in justice hinder his good sense,...
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