How many acts and scenes are in Antigone?
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Likewise, people ask, what happens in Scene 1 of Antigone?
Scene One: Antigone tries to convince her sister Ismene to join her in burying their brother Polynices. Ismene refuses, because their uncle Creon has decreed that anyone who does will pay the penalty of death. Ismene joins them and tries to take Antigone's side, but Antigone refuses to share her fate or her glory.
One may also ask, what happens in Scene 4 of Antigone? In the fourth scene of Sophocles's Antigone, we find Antigone on the way to the tomb where she will be shut in alive for attempting to bury her brother. Tired of so much discussion about Antigone, Creon orders the guards to take her quickly to the tomb - where she is now ready to be walled in and meet her fate.
In respect to this, what is the setting of Antigone?
In Front Of the Palace, Thebes, Ancient Greece. Antigone, like Oedipus the King, is set in that disaster-prone city-state known as Thebes. And what happens in Thebes does not stay in Thebes. Though most Greek playwrights were from Athens, their plays are hardly ever set there.
What happens in Scene 2 of Antigone?
Summary of Scene 2 of Antigone In scene two of Antigone, Sentry is bringing Antigone to King Creon because she's the one who buried Polynieces, Antigone's brother. At this point, Ismene decides she wants to die with her sister, but Antigone says that even if Ismene dies it will not lessen the death of Antigone.