Why Are Men Wrong Analysis

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Like all men in the entire world, some make mistakes and realize that they are human just like everyone else and that they need to move on and keep on the momentum of what every it is that they are doing. These men are the ones that will succeed and will continue, and never give up. Unlike other men in the world, we have the ones that don’t take being wrong kindly. These men will take drastic measures to make sure that they will not be discouraged by others just because they were wrong. Men from all over the world as well think that they are always correct and never wrong because men are superior then the women.

From the reading, you see that Creon is the king of Thebes and he is the ruler. He thinks he is above everyone else and that no one will be able to take his throne and he is completly sexist against women ruling or correcting the men for there mistakes especially his mistakes. Creon is deciding to not give Polynices a proper burial for him like he gave his brother Eteocles because Eteocles gave everything and fought for Thebes when he died and he didn’t see
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They will notice that they might of treated a friend the wrong way or they didn’t handle a certain situation the proper way and they tell that person sorry or they fix there mistake overall. These are the kind of men that will take pride in whatever it is that they are doing and accept the fact that maybe they aren’t perfect and that they will make wrong choices and decisions but they will also admit it and work through it. These men would take over Creon in Thebes and be a more generous and loyal ruler and take everything in consideration and not just say no because they always get to make the decision. Everyone should ask this one simple question and that is why can’t men ever accept who they are and not act like they are better then everyone

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