Antigone

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What metaphors do Haemon use on why Creon should be more flexible?

Answer:
Lines 80-85. Haemon compares Creon to a tree that doesn't bend and gets torn up for being stubborn, and he also uses a metaphor on ssailing. In a nutshell, he saying that stubborness will only lead to him breaking at one point.

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