To an Athenian audience, Antigone was the epitome of a rotten girl. She disobeyed her uncle and saw the the burial of a traitor. From a Greek perspective, Antigone is the ultimate id: she does what she wants when she wants. To a modern audience, however, Antigone may be seen as brave and noble, defying her uncle to appease the gods and do right unto her brother in the eyes of modern society. In other words, the ultimate superego (Cunningham-Bryant). In this exhibit, we shall explore the extent to which Freud's id, ego, and superego apply to Antigone and her family.