Antigone. The function of the chorus. The “peanut-gallery” In Antigone , the chorus is made up of a group of T heban men. They are probably old men because most of the young ones have died in battle
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Nearly everything in the Ode is about humanity asserting its will over nature.
Sophocles may have split them into two groups, so that it was as if one part of the Chorus was conversing with the other
The Choragus represents the other members in direct interactions with other characters.