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29 November, 19:04

Has the guards character changed at all since the beginning of the play? How would you describe the character using evidence from the text?

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  1. 29 November, 19:55
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    The guards character in the play "Antigone" by Sophocles are indifferent, They are eternally indifferent and ready to serve.

    Explanation:

    The guards follow orders and are indifferent as well as innocent. Which means they can serve any power that be and have no particular loyalty to Creaon.

    The guards are like men left untouched by the tragedy that unfolds in front of them. each of the guards are indistinguishable from the cohorts. They are three guards can be called the 'indifferent trio'.

    When the chorus notes that the tragedy is "no skin of their backs", the indifferent trio remembers the guardsmen from Anouilh's other tragedies like the guards whose chatter about the harvest close his medea. The chorus made this clear in the prologue and epilogue.
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