Antigone - sophocle, Paul Mazon

Betrayal, loyalty, harsh judgment, faithful love, and tragic ends.
Antigone remains one of the most heartbreaking plays of all times (for me).
The play starts with death and ends with death. Nothing is gained, but lives are lost.
They are lost because of Creon's stubborness. His judgment blinds his wisdom, and that makes him all alone in the end.