Literary Touchstone Classic
||Thomas, J. E.
Antigone’s resolve to do the right thing in spite of the cost becomes a riveting read in this exciting new translation by the same Greek scholar who translated Oedipus Rex and Medea. In the conflict between legitimate governmental authority attempting to do what it thinks is best for society and an individual who believes she has a moral responsibility to her dead brother, which one is in the right? This play will get even your most reluctant students involved.