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You should be honered for your life, but your life is cursed and your birth and actions have caused your death.
If I am guilty, then I will know at my death, but if Creon is just as, let his punishment be as horrible as mine.
Fate found means to build a deathless tomb like yours for all her.
The choragus tells Antigone that her actions and life warrant her honor, yet her birth and actions have signed her death warrant.
Antigone Curses Creon for sentencing her to death, and is ready to get her punishment over with.
The chorus gives examples of divine intervention, and how they may free the innocent and punish the guilty, basically how Antigone may have hope for life.
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