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Life is like a yoyo it goes up and down and leads to many options There are so many decisions and sacrifice that you can make in life Sacrifices such as to decide whether or not it is worth to make it for someone else Every day in life there are so many sacrifices that we made without care of the consequences In fact like requires sacrifices to be made such as dying for someone People also make sacrifices for what they believe and for those who love Antigone chose to sacrifice herself so her brother could have a proper burial so his soul would be safely put to rest But there is something that will challenge her to do it and that is the Kings lawAntigone was a loving caring sister to her brothers Polynices and Eteocles Antigone has a lot of respect for her brother and she did not care what her uncle King Creon say she was going to give a proper burial to her brother even if it meant that she had to sacrifice her life for it Antigone has a Sister name Ismene who family matters was not important to her Antigone told her sister of her plans to give a resting place to the soul of her brother Polynices What hath not Creon destined our brothers the one to honoured burial the other to unburied shame Eteocles they say with due observance of right and custom he hath laid in the earth for his honour among the dead below But the hapless corpse of Polyneices-as rumour saith it hath been published to the town that none shall entomb him or mourn but leave unwept unsepulchred a welcome store for the birds as they espy him to feast on at will Such tis said is the edict that the good Creon hath set forth for thee and for me-yes for me-and is coming hither to proclaim it clearly to
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