Oedipus 4

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  • "Now that you have caught, will you do more than kill me?"
  • "No: Nothing more; that is all I could wish."
  • (Sophocles 142)
  • As Creon reflects on the situation with Antigone, his son Haemon (engaged to Antigone) arrives.
  • "I am your son, sir; by your wise decisions my life is ruled."
  • "Son you have heard our final judgment on your late betrothed."
  • (Sophocles 143)
  • "This poor girl, doomed to the cruelest death, and most unjust, that ever woman suffered for an honorable action - burying a brother ... Has she not earned a crown of gold?"
  • (Sophocles 145)
  • "Then, if she dies, she does not die alone."
  • (Sophocles 146)
  • "What, villain, when every word you speak is against me? ... You'll never marry her this side of death"
  • It is our duty to pardon this girl, and let her live. Haemon is right.
  • It is our duty to promote ourselves; she stands in the way of our authority.
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