Antigone by Sophocles: Scene 3, Ode 3
Creon’s tragic flaw causes him to __________.
arrest Antigone and sentence her to death
Which rhetorical appeal relies on the emotions of the recipient?
Haemon’s argument that Creon’s choice to kill Antigone will result in Creon’s never seeing Antigone again is an example of __________.
What is revealed about Creon through Haemon’s dialogue?
Creon prefers to rely on his own wisdom.
Which rhetorical appeal relies on the credibility of the speaker?
According to the ancient Greek culture, Aphrodite placed the power of desire in the eyes of __________.
Creon’s argument that he is older and wiser than his son is an example of __________.
Which statement regarding the ancient Greek belief about the power of love is false?
Gods are immune to the power of love.
Which character relies on the rhetorical appeal of ethos to make an argument?
Antigone’s tragic flaw is __________.
Creon’s tragic flaw is __________.
Which argument does Creon make to defend his decision to arrest and execute Antigone?
Everyone must obey the King
Antigone’s tragic flaw causes her to __________.
defy Creon’s law and bury her brother
The ancient Greek culture believed that __________ caused mortals to fall in love with one another.