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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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