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CHORAGOS: But here is Haimon, King, the last of all your sons. Is it grief for Antigone that brings him here. And bitterness at being robbed of his bride? [Enter HAIMON]
We shall soon see, and no need of diviners. Son, you have heard my final judgements on that girl: 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. No marriage means more to me than your continuing wisdom.
Good. That is the way to behave: subordinate everything else, my son, to your father's will. So you are right not to lose your head over this woman. Do you want me to show myself weak before the people? I'll have no dealings with law-breakers. Anarchy, anarchy! Show me a greater evil!
Reason is God's crowning gift to man, and you are right to warn me against losing mine. I hope I shall never say that you have reasoned badly. Everyone will tell you only what you like to hear, but I at any rate, can listen. I know I am young, but thereasonable thing is learn from those who can teach.
You consider it right for a man of my years and experience to go to school to a boy? You think it right to stand up for an anarchist? And the city proposes it teach me how to rule? My voice is the one giving orders in this city! I swear you'll regret this superior tone of yours! You are the empty one!
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