Creon part 2
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Superego: "expresses the "higher nature" of man (Lapsley and Stey 7). So would it be best to properly bury Polyneices?
Antigone finds her brother and prepares to bury him.
My poor brother!
I must go and tell King Creon of this event.
The sentry enters and sees the buried body of Polyneices.
"It's evidently something strange" (Sophocles 132).
"So strange, it's very difficult to tell" (Sophocles 133).
"Enough of that! Or I shall lose my patience don't talk like an old fool, old though you be" (Sophocles 134).
"The corpse...someone has just buried it and gone" (Sophocles 133).
"See to it, you! Upon my oath, I swear, as Zeus is my god above: either you find the perpetrator of this burial and bring him here into my sight, or death" (Sophocles 134).
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