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  • Tell me, tell me briefly: Had you heard my proclamation touching this matter?
  • It was public. Could I help hearing it?
  • And yet you dared defy the law.
  • I dared. It was not God’s proclamation. That final Justice That rules the world below makes no such laws.
  • Your edict, King, was strong, But all your strength is weakness itself again The immortal unrecorded laws of God. They are not merely now: they were, and shall be, Operative for ever, beyond man utterly.
  • You are alone here in that opinion.
  • Creon explains that if Antigone heard his warning to the people. While Antigone did not care and did what she felt right.
  • Her time has come, she must pass to the afterlife.
  • Rules and order are played here since Antigone does say that it was not god's proclamation and disobeyed Creon's laws
  • Her fate has decided this. It's her own fault.
  • But... that doesn't seem right. Even for her.
  • She does the same thing again going against Creon's laws and going with the laws of the God's that her un-buried brother should be buried.
  • Life is life, and fate has decided, so enough of this! She is going.
  • Oh...okay Grim...I understand.
  • Grim thinks the small child's life is over, while the female ghost (Sarah) doesn't think it's right and tries to deny it from happening.
  • Nah man, that's not cool. Not to a little kid, let her live for a while longer.
  • Grim tells Sarah that fate has decided for the small child, While Sarah still tries to encourage Grim that it isn't right.
  • Grim wins the argument over fate, and Sarah backs down to grim.
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