Antigone critiqued by Lauren Mclaren

In the play Antigone, I see a very similar relation the the popular Dreamworks movie, The Croods.

Together the family have many similarities. Mainly, the power struggle between the daughter figure and father figure. In Antigone, Antigone and Creon fight for power, exactly the same from the Croods. Along with many near death experiences in both, while Antigone shows a more vulgar side of things and does not end with the same "happy ending" like the child film.

In conclusion, Antigone is a very interesting play that shows the "hard times" of family, and shows similar meanings to some child movies, such as The Croods.

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Created with images by Wolfgang Staudt - "Hero" • dimitrisvetsikas1969 - "cyprus ayia napa water world" • Xuan Che - "horse" • Xuan Che - "artemis"

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