Antigone The Wonders of Man Close Reading

Antigone The Wonders of Man Close Reading
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The Chorus' speech about all of 'man's' achievements comes at a very strange time. Why would the chorus choose to pontificate about what Athenians have achieved from domestication, sailing, housing, laws, and the development of medicine right after Creon's introduction? In close reading each line and seeing what the Chorus is extolling in humanity, as well as their warning at the end, students can make larger connections to what Antigone might be about. This activity examines each line closely to see what human beings have accomplished, and continue to accomplish, and if the Chorus gives warnings about how to maintain that success.
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