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  • Prologue
  • Would you help me lift the body... you and me?
  • You cannot mean.... to bury him? against the order?
  • parados
  • The battle was glorious!
  • stop boasting and being so proud of something terrible.
  • Scene 1
  • He is to be left unburied, left to be eaten by dogs and vultures, a horror for all to see.
  • Antigone and Ismene discuss the deaths of their brothers and whether or not they should bury Polyneices. Antigone is determined to defy instruction and bury him, but Ismene disagrees, so they leave each other in frustration.
  • scene 2
  • She was burying the man with her own hands, and that's the truth
  • The chorus recounts the battle between Eteocles and Polyneices.
  • scene 3
  • O father, I could call you mad, were you not my father.
  • Creon gives a long speech about what a great king he is and declares the punishment for whoever would disobey his orders. then, the sentry enters and alerts him that Polyneices body has been buried against his orders.
  • scene 4
  • I believe my father will be there to welcome me, my mother greet me gladly.
  • Antigone is caught in the act of burying her brother, and a sentry announces it to Creon, who proclaims frustration. Creon and Antigone argue, and then Ismene enters and expresses a desire to share her sisters unfortunate fate.
  • Are you in your senses?
  • Creon and his son Haemon discuss Antigone's fate. At first, Haemon shows respect towards his father but it slowly dissolves into anger and an obvious disagreement..
  • Don't toady me, boy; keep that for your lady-love.
  • The chorus speaks with Antigone about her death. She does not seem to upset about it, but accepts that she is dying for something that is honorable and she romanticizes the situation. The chorus continues to remind her that it is indeed her chosen fate.
  • You are the victim of you own self-will.
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