In Antigone, unmoderated love is prevalent throughout the play, and it is best demonstrated in three main characters: Antigone, Creon, and Ismene The play opens up at the end of a war between Eteocles and Polyneices, sons of Oedipus and brothers of Antigone and Ismene.
During the time of Ancient Greece, tragic plays were commonly used to deliver a moral message to their audience. Compare and contrast how both Oedipus and Antigone are victims of a god. Antigone is a very brave, passionate, and willing character that is not enthusiastic about her brother being defiled even if it means her own life.
Eteocles, who defended Thebes, is buried as a hero with honors.
He also states that divine violence is destroying, that it accepts sacrifice, that it is pure because it has not been bastardised by law and that it has the power to purify the guilty of the law Benjamin, n.
Antigone is the perfect hero, to exemplify the meaning of a tragic hero. Accordingly, Jocasta is simultaneously the mother and grandmother of Antigone herself.