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She's the one who buried Polynices!
Why are you bringing me Antigone?
Its true i did it!
I'm guilty too!
You'll both be punished !
just as a surging ocean swell running before cruel Thracian winds across the dark trench of the sea churns up the deep black sand and crashes headlong on the cliffs, which scream in pain against the wind.
The Sentry brings Creon Antigone and tells him she's the one who buried Polynices.
Antigone confesses to this and Ismene tries to also but Antigone says she didn't but Creon punishes both of them.
The Chorus sings about the Gods and uses the metaphor of the ocean and it's destructive waves to explain Oedipus' family
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