"But will thou slay the betrothed of thine own son?"
"Nay, there are other fields for him to plough."
"Haemon, beloved! How thy father wrongs thee!"
"Enough, enough of thee and of thy marriage!"
"Father, I am thine; and thou, in thy wisdom, tracest for me rules which I shall follow. No marriage shall be deemed by me a greater gain than thy good guidance."
Ismene asks Creon will he slay the betrothed of his own son, he replies with saying there is other women out there in a more sexist remark.
Antigone exclaims to her betrothed, Haemon, about his father Creon wronging him and therefore wronging her.
Haemon tells his father, Creon, that he agrees, that he is his fathers. Haemon is to do whatever his father pleases and if his father says the marriage will not fit then he will follow his guidance.
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