Why did Creon's wife kill herself?
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Correspondingly, what happened Creon's wife?
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. Eurydice, Creon's wife, commits suicide after hearing of the death of her son Haemon.
One may also ask, who is Creon's wife in Antigone? Eurydice
Hereof, why did Antigone kill herself?
Creon orders Antigone buried alive in a tomb. Although Creon has a change of heart and tries to release Antigone, he finds she has hanged herself. Creon's son Haemon, who was in love with Antigone commits suicide with a knife, and his mother Queen Eurydice, also kills herself in despair over her son's death.
What scene does Antigone kill herself?
Summary and Analysis: <i>Antigone</i> Lines 1274-1470. A messenger announces that Antigone has hanged herself and that Haemon, agonized at her death, has also killed himself. On hearing the news, Eurydice, the queen, retreats into the palace where she, too, kills herself after cursing her husband, Creon.