Antigone Quiz 2
1. What does Haemon warn Creon?
- That Antigone is especially loved by the goddess Artemis
- That Antigone is the rightful heir to the throne
- That the people of Thebes secretly side with Antigone
- All of the above
2. Early in their conversation, why does Creon insist that it is especially important that they beat Antigone?
- Because she is a woman, and they cannot allow people to say that they were beaten by a woman
- Because she has supporters in the powerful city of Athens
- Because she insulted the god Dionysus
- Because she is the rightful heir to the throne
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