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Now sleepy death summons me down to Acheron, that cold shore
But I can no longer stand in awe of this, nor, seeing what I see, keep back my tears
And I shall soon see my father again, and you mother, and dearest Polyneices
If lamentations could put off death, men would sing forever. Take her, go.
You will remember what I suffer, because I would not transgress the laws of heaven
The choragus is heard telling Antigone how her punishment is not her fault and lets her know he agrees with what she had done.
Creon has the servants take Antigone to her tomb and has does not care whether she lives or dies
Antigone says her final words to Creon before she is taken away to her tomb
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