How does Creon kill Antigone?
Click to see full answer
Then, does Creon kill himself in Antigone?
No, Creon does not kill himself in Antigone. His wife, son, and niece all commit suicide during the course of the play, but Creon refrains from taking
Also Know, why does Creon put Antigone in a vault? In Antigone, Creon decided that Antigone, as punishment for burying her brother, Polynices, would be entombed alive. After sentencing Antigone, Creon told the guards: You know your orders: take her to the vault and leave her alone there. And if she lives or dies, that's her affair, not ours: our hands are clean.
Also to know is, why does Creon let Antigone free?
Tiresias says the gods will take "a corpse for a corpse"--Creon will lose a loved one. Creon decides to give Polynices a proper burial, then rush to the tomb and free Antigone.
Who suffers the most in Antigone?
Creon as a Tragic Hero The suffering of Creon is more complex than Antigone's. Creon's struggle to rule his country according to the absolute power is opposed not only by Antigone, but also by Haimon and Teiresias. He is also the central character of the play.