Creon and Theseus have the same role in each story, which is a leader of a certain place. However, there are some differences and similarities in both characters’ profiles and motives. In Antigone, Creon appears to be a stern king.
In William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the most important, recurring theme is jealousy. Best defined as resentment, anger, or sadness caused by longing or suspicion, jealousy motivates the characters’ actions and feelings and influences the events of the story
Movie vs. Play Most parts of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the movie, met my expectations. Many of the characters were well fitted to their part. Calista Flockheart was a great choice for an actress to portray Helena and her jealousy
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