- How is Creon’s reaction to Tiresias advice typical of his character?
- What happens to Creon at the end of the play?
- Why does Creon orders Antigone to be killed?
- What advice does Tiresias give to Creon?
- Why does the messenger say that Creon has lost all?
- What did Tiresias warn Creon about?
- How does Creon react to his advice?
- Why did Creon change his mind?
- What does Antigone do when charged by Creon with the crime of burying Polyneices?
- Who does Creon blame for haemon’s death?
- How does Creon change his plans after listening to Tiresias?
- Why does Tiresias advise Creon to spare?
- Why does Antigone accuse Creon of slighting his own son?
- What was Creon’s punishment?
- Why does Creon not listen to Teiresias?
How is Creon’s reaction to Tiresias advice typical of his character?
How does Creon react to Tiresias’ advice.
He refuses to take the blind soothsayer’s advice.
He says Tiresias’ wisdom is false and he is only seeking an advantage.
The avenging Furies are awaiting Creon; the evil he has worked on others will fall on him..
What happens to Creon at the end of the play?
Creon survives at the end of the play, retaining rulership of Thebes, gaining in wisdom as he mourns the death of his wife and son. Haemon, Creon’s son, commits suicide after Antigone’s death.
Why does Creon orders Antigone to be killed?
In the play, Antigone is sentenced to death by her uncle, King Creon, for the crime of burying her brother, Polynices. Polynices had been killed during an attempt to take Thebes from his brother, Eteocles, who also died during the battle. Under Creon’s decree, the punishment for burying Polynices is death by stoning.
What advice does Tiresias give to Creon?
A boy leads in Tiresias, the blind soothsayer of Thebes. Creon swears that he will obey whatever advice Tiresias gives him, since he owes so much to his past advice. Tiresias tells him that his refusal to bury Polynices and his punishment of Antigone for the burial will bring the curses of the gods down on Thebes.
Why does the messenger say that Creon has lost all?
What does the messenger say Creon has lost from his life? A life without joy of a son and subjects that respect him. What has happened to Haemon? He killed himself.
What did Tiresias warn Creon about?
Tiresias warns Creon that he is at a turning point, and that Polynices’s body must be buried to appease the gods and protect Thebes from their wrath. Tiresias tells Creon not to be stubborn in his decision to refuse to bury Polynices. Instead, he should see himself as only human and capable of making mistakes.
How does Creon react to his advice?
How does Creon react to his advice? He angrily refuses to yield. He claims prophets only love gold and Tiresias must be lying to him. … Creon should heed the warning free Antigone and bury polynieces.
Why did Creon change his mind?
Angered, Teiresias condemns Creon’s decision as an act of grave impiety, and predicts that he will be punished by the loss of his own child (1034-1090). After Teiresias has gone, Creon becomes frightened, and at the urging of the chorus finally changes his mind.
What does Antigone do when charged by Creon with the crime of burying Polyneices?
What does Antigone do when charged by Creon with the crime of burying Polyneices? She admits it. … He heeds Teiresias and goes to free Antigone.
Who does Creon blame for haemon’s death?
EurydiceEurydice blames Antigone/ Creon for Haemon’s death and she blames Antigone/ Creon for Megareus’ death.
How does Creon change his plans after listening to Tiresias?
After Tiresias leaves, what does Creon finally decide while talking to one of his lieutenants? Creon decides to give Polynices a proper burial, then rush to the tomb and free Antigone.
Why does Tiresias advise Creon to spare?
“The blind prophet Tiresias tells Creon that he has angered the gods and that Creon is to blame for the people’s prayers going unanswered. […] Tiresias calls Creon a tyrant and warns him that he will lose his son” (eNotes). It is stubborn pride and a will for power that keep Creon from yielding to Tiresias’ advice.
Why does Antigone accuse Creon of slighting his own son?
without antigone in her life she has no one left. why does antigone accuse creon of slighting his own son? she accuses him because creon dosent respect or listen to him. and because hes sentencing his fiancé to death.
What was Creon’s punishment?
Creon’s punishment for killing Antigone is that he loses his family to death. His son, Haemon, stabs himself when he sees that Antigone has hung…
Why does Creon not listen to Teiresias?
Creon just can’t accept it when Teiresias tells him that nature itself is rebelling against Creon’s double sacrilege. The gods of the heavens and the earth are angered by the fact that he has kept a dead man from being rightfully buried and has entombed a living girl.