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"My children, scions of the ancient Cadmean line, what is the meaning of this thronging around my feet... olive boughs all wreathed in woe?" (5).
"Oh, look upon the city, see storm that batters down the city's prow in waves of blood" (5).
"To send the son of Menoeceus, Creon... to learn what act or covenant of mine could still redem the state" (7).
"Reassuring words indeed!" (7).
"What news, royal brother? What mandate, Son of Menoeceus, from the mouth of the god?" (8).
"Apollo openly enjoins on us to sever from the body politic a monstrous growth that battens there: stop feeding that which festers" (8).
"No brigand would be so bold, unless... unless bought... with bribes" (10).
"And so he left home [Laius], never to come back again the way he went" (9).
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