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Antigone has been sentenced away by King Creon. His son, Haimon pleads to his father to not take Antigone, his bride, away
How could my father take Antigone from me. I will go to her. My love must be set free
Antigone. An anarchist. Do not tell me you have been sold out to a woman my boy.
Creon, you must release Antigone. You will suffer the wrath of the gods if you do not heed my directions
This foolish man. Teiresias will not sway me. He has been bribed to speak such nonense.
Perhaps I should have heeded Teiresias. Hisn predictions are typically true. Has this gone too far?
Antigone has been cast away in this dungeon. Antigone has committed suicide. Haimon has seen his bride hanging and kills himself to reunite with her. King Creon has discovered that Teiresias was correct afterall.
NO! Haimon my boy! My boy is gone! Oh Haimon. Hay the gods have mercy.
I have lost my family. Should I have done things differently, I would have them beside me. Forgive me.
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