Yuyachkani’s Antígona is, on the one hand, an act of memory, a direct challenge to 18 José Watanabe, Antígona: Versión libre de la tragedia de Sófocles, Viudas. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones de la Flor, (Chile/United States, ). Watanabe, José. Antígona: versión libre de la tragedia de Sófocles. La narración como situación enunciativa y el predominio del êthos en Antígona de José Watanabe y el Grupo Yuyachkani. Laura Alonso.
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Works — Astrid Hadad: Wikimedia Commons has media related to Antigone. This article appears to contain trivial, minor, or unrelated references to popular culture. She has been forced to weave throughout the entire story, and her death alludes to The Fates.
However, in other versions such as Sophocles ‘ tragedies Oedipus at Colonus and Antigoneit occurs in the years after the banishment and death of Oedipus and Antigone’s struggles against Creon.
Public Interventions — Liliana Felipe: Works — Javier Cardona: Different elements of the legend appear in other places. Works — Mujeres Creando Comunidad: This page was last edited on 11 Decemberat The dramatist Euripides also wrote a play called Antigonewhich is lost, but some of the text was preserved by later writers and in passages in his Phoenissae.
Works — Danny Hoch: 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”. Special Collections Teaching Modules. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Antígona by José Watanabe
When the boy grows up, he attends some funeral games at Antigonz, and is recognized by the mark of a dragon on his body. In the works of Hegelin particular in his discussion of Sittlichkeit in his Phenomenology of Spirit and his Elements of the Philosophy of RightAntigone is figured as exposing a tragic rift between the so-called feminine “Divine Law,” which Antigone represents, and the “Human Law,” represented by Creon.
Interviews — Danny Hoch: Interviews — Astrid Hadad: Oedipus’s sons, Eteocles and Polynices, had shared the rule jointly until they quarrelled, and Eteocles expelled his brother.
Texts by the Artist — TEC: Oedipus and Antigone by Charles Jalabert Interviews — Catalinas Sur: For other uses, see Antigone disambiguation. Antigone is the subject of a story in which she attempts to secure a respectable burial for her brother Polynices. Works — Tim Miller: