”Will you lift up his body with these bare hands and lower it with me” (52-53)?
”Now look at the two of us, left so alone... think what a death we’ll die, the worst of all if we violate the laws and override the fixed decree of the throne, its power— we must be sensible” (70-74).
“The body— someone’s just buried it, then run off... sprinkled some dry dust on the flesh, given it proper rites” (276-279).
“I swear to Zeus as I still believe in Zeus if you dont find the man ho buried that corpse, the very man, and produce him before my eyes, simple death won’t be enough for you” ( 345-348).
”I did it. I don’t deny a thing” (492).
“You with your eyes fixed on the ground— speak up. Do you deny you did this, yes or no” (489-491)?
”She’s the one, she did it singl-handed— we caught her burying the body” (425-426).
”Creon— you’re really going to rob your son of Antigone” (643)?
”Death will do it for me— break their marriage off” (644).
“Oh give way. Relax your anger— change! I’m young. I know, but let me offer this: it would be best by far, I admit, if a man were born infallible, right by nature. If not— and things don’t often go that way, it’s best to learn from those with good advice” (804-809).
“So, men our age, we’re to be lectured, are we? Schooled by a boy his age” (812-814)?
”Take her away, quickly! Wall her up in the tomb, you have your orders” (971-972).
”Oh god, the voice of death. It’s come, it’s here” (1025).