"If that is what you think, I should not warn you, even if you ask to come. You have made your choice, you can be what you want to be. But I will bury him; and if I must die, I say that this crime is holy: I shall lie down with him in death, and I shall be dear to him as he to me" (Lines 52-58).
"Creon, yes! And it must be done at once: God moves swiftly to cancel the folly of stubborn men. It is hard to deny the heart! But I will do it: I will not fight with destiny" (Lines 98-102).
The struggle between fate and free will
"Oedipus died... her life. Oedipus had killed Laius, the king of Thebes at the time, and married the queen, Jocasta. Together they had four children-Antigone, Ismene and two sons. When it is revealed that Oedipus had, without realizing it, killed his own father and married his own mother, he blinded himself, was banished from Thebes, and died and Jocasta hanged herself " (Lines 37-41).