1. What are the three main criteria for what Aristotle says makes a “tragic figure,” or “tragic hero” in drama?
Both Creon and Antigone are both victims of great tragedy. Who is the “tragic figure” in this play: Antigone or Creon? If you do a quick google search, many sources will tell you that Creon is the tragic hero. But is there a case for Antigone?
2. What examples from the play prove that Antigone also arguably meets the criteria of a tragic Hero?