Antigone

[Cocteau] Antigone is a play by Jean Cocteau, written in Paris in 1922. The play is the myth as written by Sophocles in 441BCE, albeit a concise or abridged version. Cocteau himself called it a `contraction` of the Sophocles text. The Antigone of Cocteau is modern, yet more traditional than the 1944 adaptation by Jean Anouilh. Cocteau`s fon...
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Antigone

[Honegger] Antigone is an opera (tragédie musicale) in three acts by Arthur Honegger to a French libretto by Jean Cocteau based on the tragedy Antigone by Sophocles. Honegger composed the opera between 1924 and 1927. It premiered on 28 December 1927 at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie with sets designed by Pablo Picasso and costumes by Co...
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Antigonë

Antigonë is a municipality in the Gjirokastër District, Gjirokastër County, southern Albania. The municipality is famous for the old city of Antigonia (Chaonia). The municipality consists of the villages Asim Zeneli, Arshi Lengo, Krinë, Tranoshisht and Saraqinisht. ...
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Antigone

[daughter of Eurytion] The Greek mythological character of Antigone, daughter of Eurytion, was the wife of Peleus. Other Greek mythological characters with this name include Antigone, daughter of Oedipus, and Antigone of Troy, daughter of Laomedon. Peleus was the son of Aeacus, king of the island of Aegina. Peleus and his brother Telamon ki...
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Antigone

daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta; heroine of the Antigone.
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Antigone

[n] - (Greek mythology) the daughter of King Oedipus who disobeyed her father and was condemned to death
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Antigone

Tragedy by Sophocles, thought to have been written about 443 BC. Antigone buries her brother Polynices, in defiance of the Theban king Creon, who imprisons her in a cave. Persuaded by the visionary...
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Antigone

In Greek mythology, the daughter of Jocasta by her son Oedipus. She is the subject of a tragedy by Sophocles. My...
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Antigone

noun (Greek mythology) the daughter of King Oedipus who disobeyed her father and was condemned to death
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Antigone

(from the article `Hasenclever, Walter`) ...War I generation. It was followed by two antiwar plays, Der Retter (1915; `The Saviour`), about a poet who tries to stop the war and is executed ...
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Antigone

(from the article `Sophocles`) Antigone is the daughter of Oedipus, the former king of Thebes. She is willing to face the capital punishment that has been decreed by her uncle ... The nuclear Greek tragedy for Hegel is, understandably, Sophocles` Antigone, with its conflict between the valid claims of conscience (Antigone`s ... [2 re...
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Antigone

in Greek legend, the daughter born of the unwittingly incestuous union of Oedipus and his mother, Jocasta. After her father blinded himself upon ...
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Antigone

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Antigone

Antigone (ăntig'unē) , in Greek mythology, daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta. In Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus, she and her sister Ismene follow their father into exile at Colonus. When her brothers Eteocles and Polynices killed each other in the war of the Seven against Thebes, Creon,...
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Antigone

In Greek mythology Antigone was a daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta. She was celebrated for her devotion to her father and her brother Polynices.
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Antigone

In Greek mythology, the daughter of Jocasta by her son Oedipus. She is the subject of a tragedy by Sophocles
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Antigone

[Brecht] Antigone, also known as The Antigone of Sophocles, is an adaptation by the German dramatist Bertolt Brecht of Hölderlin`s translation of Sophocles` tragedy. It was first performed at the Chur Stadttheater in Switzerland in 1948, with Helene Weigel in the lead role. ==Productions== Ratan Thiyam directed a Manipuri language-adaptati...
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Antigone

[Anouilh] Jean Anouilh`s play Antigone is a tragedy inspired by Greek mythology and the play of the same name (Antigone, by Sophocles) from the fifth century B.C. In English, it is often distinguished from its antecedent by being pronounced similarly to its original French form [ɑ̃tiɡɔn], approximately on-tee-GONE. ==In Performance== ==...
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Antigone

[Sophocles] Antigone (iː {respell|an|TIG|ə-nee}, Ἀντιγόνη) is a tragedy by Sophocles written in or before 441 BC. Chronologically, it is the third of the three Theban plays but was written first. The play expands on the Theban legend that predated it and picks up where Aeschylus` Seven Against Thebes ends. == Synopsis == In the b...
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Antigone

In Greek mythology, Antigone (iː {respell|an|TI|gə-nee}; Ἀντιγόνη) is the daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta, Oedipus` mother. The meaning of the name is, as in the case of the masculine equivalent Antigonus, `worthy of one`s parents` or `in place of one`s parents`. ==Classical depictions== Antigone is a daughter of the unwittingly ...
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Antigone

[Euripides] Antigone (iː {respell|an|TI|gə-nee}; Ἀντιγόνη) is a play by the Attic dramatist Euripides, which is now lost except for a number of fragments. According to Aristophanes of Byzantium, the plot was similar to that of Sophocles` play Antigone, with three differences. The date of the play is uncertain, but there is eviden...
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