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At the beginning of Antigone, Antigone and her sister Ismene return to Thebes in an attempt to help their brothers. The sisters learn that both of their brothers are dead.
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Two
Antigone asks Ismene to help her bury her brother Polyneices, whom Creon has refused to allow to be buried.
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Three
Ismene says the danger is too substantial and that they will not succeed. Antigone disagrees. She feels it’s morally imperative and within their power. She decides to act alone.
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Four
Antigone performs the burial rites, but is caught in the act.
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Five
A sentry brings Antigone to Creon.
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Creon attempts to humiliate Antigone but is unsuccessful. She confesses quickly, and willingly accepts and even welcomes death.
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Antigone refuses to allow Ismene to take any blame for the crime.
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Eight
Creon locks Antigone away.
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Nine
Antigone hangs herself in prison.
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Antigone asks Ismene to help her bury her brother Polyneices, whom Creon has refused to allow to be buried.

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