Essays on Creon

Creon is a character in the play Oedipus Rex by Sophocles. He is the brother of Jocasta, the wife of Oedipus. Creon is a loyal and obedient servant to the king. However, he is also ambitious and wants to be king himself. When Oedipus learns the truth about his past, he blinds himself and leaves Creon in charge of the kingdom.

Essay themes and ideas about Creon

  • The Stubborn and Arrogant King Creon
  • The Unlikable Character of King Creon
  • King Creon: A Prideful and Self-righteous Ruler
  • The Dislikeable King Creon: Arrogant and Stubborn
  • King Creon: An Unlikable Character
  • An Unlikable Character: King Creon
  • Arrogant and Stubborn: King Creon
  • King Creon: Prideful and Self-righteous
  • A Dislikeable Character: King Creon
  • King Creon: An Unlikable Ruler