How does Creon feel about becoming king?


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2012-03-09 02:52:12
2012-03-09 02:52:12

It makes him feel high.


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Traditionally: Creon for not allowing a proper burial and Antigone for not obeying the king and being rebellious. Although you can feel free to give your own interpretation.

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Fear that Creon is trying to take his power and crown as King as Thebes

Of no country is Creon King. Instead, Creon is King of the city of Thebes. It doesn't come out in the play. But Creon actually is serving as regent. The ruler is supposed to be Laodamas, the son of Creon's nephew Eteocles. But Eteocles is dead, and Laodamas is too young to rule at the moment.

That they are his supporters is the way the Creon feels about the elders in Thebes in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.).Specifically, the chorus draws its membership from the most accomplished, respected and senior of Theban citizens. It therefore is there to be supportive to Thebes' ruler, the current king. Theban King Creon notices and appreciates the chorus' support.

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Creon is a brother of queen Jocasta, the wife of King Laius as well as Oedipus (Jocasta's son).

Oedipus distrusts Creon because he feels very threatened by him. He believes Creon and Teiresias are conspiring against him and trying to take his position as king.

No, Creon in 'Medea' wasn't the same as Creon in 'Antigone'. In the first case, Creon was the King of Corinth and the father of Princess Creusa. Both father and daughter were killed by Medea, who didn't want to let go of her husband Jason. In the second case, Creon was the King of Thebes. He also was the father of Megara and thereby father-in-law to Heracles. He was killed by Lycus, who was Nycteus' brother. Nycteus was the father of Nycteis, who married Theban King Polydorus. Their son, Theban King Labdacus, was the father of Theban King Laius, who married Creon's sister Jocasta.

The oracle at Delphi told Creon that the plague on Thebes was caused by the presence of the murderer of the previous king, Laius, and that the murderer must be driven out for the plague to end.In Greek mythology, Creon was the successor to Oedipus as the King of Thebes.

Yes, Theban King Creon is the uncle of Theban King Oedipus. He's the brother of Theban Queen Jocasta, who is Oedipus' mother and becomes his wife. So Creon also becomes Oedipus' brother-in-law.

Nope she was the daughter Creon, King of Thebes.

He said he did'nt want to be king. :)

Wart (Arthuer) does not want to become king, one can tell this by the last line in Arthur Becomes King, "and the Wart also burst into tears"

According to the messenger, Theban King Creon has become a walking dead man. The King once had a brilliant military record that brought defeat to the forces from Argos and their Theban collaborators. Creon once had the love and respect of his people, friends and family. But the loss of the respect of his people, and of the love of his family and friends, make King Creon a 'breathing corpse'.

First, Theban King Creon returns from Apollo's Shrine. Second, Teiresias the blind prophet accuses Theban King Oedipus of being the murderer of Theban King Laius. Third, Oedipus accuses Creon and Teiresias of conspiring to take away his royal powers.

In "Antigone" by Sophocles, the new king of Thebes is Creon, the uncle of Antigone and Ismene.

No, he was a bad king. He was over boastful about everything and ony thought himself was correct.

No, Theban King Creon isn't Theban King Laius' brother. Instead, he's his brother-in-law. Laius' wife, Theban Queen Jocasta, is Creon's sister.

No, Theban King Creon isn't the father of Theban King Oedipus. But he is his brother-in-law and uncle. He's brother to Theban Queen Jocasta, who's wife and mother to Oedipus.

Theban King Creon is mortal. So, yes, he does die. It just doesn't happen in the play 'Antigone'.

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