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In this sense Ismeme is saying how morals mean well to her, but you must not break the law. Antigone is saying she is going to break the law to respect her brother.
They mean a great deal to me; but I have no strenth To break laws that were made for the public good(62-63).
"That must be your excuse... But as for me, I will bury the brother I love"(64-65).
Creon has enforced a law that no one will bury Polyneices. The penitently is death, Choragus is saying you're crazy if you try and break the law
"You will give no support to whoever breaks this law"(54).
"Only a crazy man is in love with death!"(55)
Creon is senticing Antigone to death. Antigone is accepting the punishment.
"Antigone, You with your head hanging--do you confess this thing?"(50-51)
"I do. I deny nothing"(52).
Creon has ranted about Antigone breaking his law and hes sending her off to death. His some Haemon loves her and is asking why is this a crime.
"Of all the people in this city, only she Has had contempt for my law and broken it"(24-25).
""She covered her brothers body. Is this indecent?""(65)
Basically Its good to listen to the gods and follow yourmorals, but most importantly follow the given laws by the King.
"Reverence is a virtue, but strength Lives in established law: that must prevail"(45).
Creon has finaily realized that the law he made from the beginning was wrong. He went with his heart and morals and is doing what is good.
"But I cannot remember what he was ever false"(90).
"That is true . . . It troubles me Oh it is hard to give in! but worse To risk everything for stubborn pride"(91-93).
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