Oes either Antigone or Creon get reality right, and is either a success?
It is based on book The Three Theban Plays: Antigone; Oedipus the King; Oedipus at Colonus.
Here is the prompt:
Here is a definition of reality: a?reality is that which we have to understand about the world and other people in order to fulfill ourselves as human beings and lead successful lives.a? Using this definition, discuss the following questions: Does either Antigone or Creon get reality right, and is either a success? If not, what are the mistakes of each, and how do they go wrong? If you think that one of them gets reality right but still is not fulfilled as a human being, could there be a problem with this definition of reality?