Sometimes people make decisions with the best intent but the outcome is less that perfect. In the play “Antigone” by Sophocles, Creon plans went astray because of a flaw. In “Antigone” Creon, stubborn leader, orders that Polyneices will not be buried because of his dishonor towards Thebes. Furthermore, if anyone is caught burying him they will be killed for disobeying his order. Antigone does not want to let her brother be left without a proper
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able to voice he own opinion. Know one will be in his way.
Hence, Creon’s mistakes, flaws, and errors led his plans astray. “Whatever my hands haved touched has come to nothing. Fate has brought all my pride to a thought of dust.” This quote finishes off the essay. He now realizes whats wrong, but can’t do anything about it. Now he must live with his mistakes and figure out what to do.