Antigone Scene 3

Antigone Scene 3
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  • Have you come here hating me, or have you come with deference and with love, whatever I do?
  • I am your son, Father. You are my guide. You make things clear for me, and I obey you. 
  • If you are a woman: my concern is only for you.
  • This boy, it seems, has sold out to a woman.
  • Surely you swerve upon ruin. The just man's consenting heart, As here you have made bright anger. Strike between father and son-And none has conquered but Love!
  • In the opening of scene 3 Creon and his son Haemon are talking about Antigone( Haemon's future wife). They're arguing over her death and of women in general.
  • Haemon and his father Creon are arguing over the unjust death of Antigone, and talking about women and anarchists.
  • The chorus is arguing that love has the power to corrupt people, making men unjust. from Ode 3 it seems that the chorus is agreeing with Creon in the matter. 
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