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Oh yeah, He(amon) dead.
oh yeah, your wife is dead...
Well that's what you get...
WH- eh, yeah I know... :(
Creon is told that within the death of Antigone her husband had also killed himself too. So he goes to where they laid, dead and starts to argue internally if that was the right decision.
Creon the goes to the site where they lay, now to find out that HIS wife is dead because she took the "Romeo route" as well. In which Creon is emotionally upset and wishes he hasn't made his decision.
Creon excepts his fate by talking to the Messenger and the Choragus.
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