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A fever-demon wastes the town...So, Oedipus, you most respected king, we plead with you to find us a cure
Speak, Elder, you are the senior here. Say what this pleading means, what frightens you, what you beseech.
And timely too, for look, they're signaling that Creon comes.
But when he comes- the instant he arrives- whatsoever he shall tell me from the god, that to the hilt I'll do- or I am damned.
The Prince Apollo openly enjoins on us to sever from the body politic a monstrous growth that battens there: stop feeding that which festers
A murdered man. And now clearly is required the just blood of his assassins.
So I've heard... A man I never saw.
Laius, sire. Him we had as king in days before you ruled.
For who knows, tomorrow this selfsame murdered may turn his bloody hands on me. The cause of Laius therefore is my own.
Children, rise. The King has pledged us all our pleas and we have heard Apollo's voice. Oh, may he bring salvation in his hands and deal a death to all diseases.
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