Upgrade to access all content for this subject
Antigone deals largely with the conflict between man's law and the gods' law. Antigone touches on this several times in Episode 4.
Which of her lines discusses this conflict?
"For this law alone I held you first in honor. For this, Creon, the king, judges me a criminal guilty of dreadful outrage, my dear brother!"
"But still I go, cherishing one good hope: my arrival may be dear to father, dear to you, my mother, dear to you, my loving brother, Etocles —"
"I descend alive to the caverns of the dead."
"Oh god, the voice of death. It's come, it's here."
"O you gods, the first gods of the race! They drag me away, now, no more delay."