Antigone

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  • Antigone Prologue by Daniel Ocampo Jennifer Sosa Stephanie Cabral Cristian Santos
  • And now you can prove what you are: A true sister, or a traitor to your family. (lines 26-27 page 773)
  • Antigone you are mad! What could I possibly do? (line 28 page 773)
  • Ismene I am going to bury him. Will you come? (line 32 page 774)
  • Our own death would be if we should go against Creon And do what he has forbidden! We are only women, We cannot fight with men, Antigone! (lines 46-48 page 774)
  • Go away Ismene: I shall be hating you soon, and the dead will too, For your words are hateful. Leave me my foolish plan: I am not afraid of the danger; if it means death, It will not be the worst of deaths- death without honor (lines 84-88 page 775)
  • You may do as you like, Since apparently the laws of the gods mean nothing to you. (lines 61-65 page 774)
  • Polyneices their commander roused them with windy phrases he the wild eagle screaming. But before his jaws were sated with our blood or pinefire took the garland of our towers, he was thrown back and as he turned great Thebes No tender victim for his noisy power Rose like a dragon behind him shouting war. (lines 9-10 & 16-20 pages 775-776)
  • These two only, brothers in blood, Face to face in matchless rage, Mirroring each other's death, Clashed in long combat. (lines 35-38 page 776)
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