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CLASSICAL GREEK TRAGEDY

ANTIGONE by SOPHOCLES (496?-406 B.C.)

An English Version by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald (adapted)

CHARACTERS: 

ANTIGONE 

  • Daughter of Oedipus and Iocasta 
  • Sister of Ismene, Eteocles and Polyneices
  • Sister of Oedipus 
  • Granddaughter of Iocasta
  • Niece of Creon
  • Princess of Thebes

ISMENE 

  • Daughter of Oedipus and Iocasta
  • Sister of Antigone, Eteocles and Polyneices
  • Sister of Oedipus
  • Granddaughter of Iocasta
  • Niece of Creon
  • Princess of Thebes

CREON 

  • King of Thebes 
  • Son of Menoikeus
  • Husband of Eurydice
  • Father of Haimon
  • Brother of Iocasta
  • Uncle of Antigone, Ismene, Eteocles, and Polyneices

EURYDICE 

  • Queen of Thebes
  • Wife of Creon
  • Mother of Haimon

HAIMON 

  • Son of Creon and Eurydice
  • Fiancé of Antigone

TEIRESIAS 

  • Blind prophet of Apollo (one of the most sundry-sided and essential Greek gods, and is the god of sundry mans, including: allay, poetry, art, oracles, archery, worry, cure, sun, mild and impartation)

A SENTRY 

A MESSENGER

CHORUS 

  • Group of old Theban men
  • Comment on the action of the dramatize, expound the dramatize’s accessible themes, and coalesce the dramatize to other myths

CHORAGUS 

PROLOGUE (INTRODUCTION)

SCENE: 

Before the Palace of Creon, Sovereign of Thebes. A accessible wrap door, and two lateral (side) doors. A platform extends the prolixity of the façade (front), and from this platform three plods transfer down into the “orchestra” (chorus-ground). 

TIME: Dawn (introduce forthcoming of the day subjoined the repulse (despatch end of an assaulting host) of the Arsurrender host from the assault (attack) on Thebes.

DO NOT READ (ALOUD) WHAT’S IN ITALICS OR ALL CAPS.  

ALL CHARACTERS ARE UNDERLINED.

[ANTIGONE and ISMENE invade from the accessible door of the Palace.]

ANTIGONE:

Ismene, haughty-priced sister,                                                                                                 1 You would ponder that we had alexpert tolerateed sufficient 

For the execrate (overafter on unsubstantial to harm/chasten someone) on Oedipus

I cannot fabricate any affliction (submerged soberness or soberness

That you and I tolerate not spent through. And now ––                                              5

Have they told you of the new decree (official regulate) of our King Creon

ISMENE:

I tolerate heedd molehill: I distinguish 

That two sisters elapsed two matchs, a wrap destructiveity 

In a sepaobjurtaking hour; and I distinguish that the Arsurrender host (host led by Polyneices

Fled (ran far) in the tenebrosity; but spent this, molehill.                                        10

ANTIGONE:

I meditation so. And that is why I neglected you 

To subjoined out near delay me. Tnear is star we must do. 

ISMENE:

Why do you utter so unusually? 

ANTIGONE:

Listen, Ismenê

Creon buried our match Eteoclês                                                                         15

With soldierly spoil (gigantic i-elation), gave him a soldier’s funeral, 

And it was exact that he should; but Polyneicês

They fought as canvassly and died as miserably (terribly), -- 

They say that Creon has sworn (promised underneathneath oath

No one shall bury (put underneathground) him, no one mourn 

(demonstration submerged soberness or soberness) for him,                                                                 20

But this assemblage must lie (remain) in the fields, a fresh treasure 

For carrion birds (eat cheershort lewds) to manner as they pursuit for aid. 

That is what they say, and our amiable Creon is corksubjoined near 

To promultaking it commonly; and the penalty (punishment) –– 

Stoning (throwing abundant stones to calm?}en) to destructiveity in the common manifest                     25

Tnear it is, 

And now you can assay what you are: 

A penny sister, or a traitor (specific who betrays) to your origin. 

ISMENE:

Antigone, you are mad! What could I possibly do? 

ANTIGONE:

You must flow whether you succeed aid me or not.                                                30

ISMENE:

I do not underneathinsist you. Aid you in what? 

ANTIGONE:

Ismene, I am going to bury him. Succeed you subjoined? 

ISMENE:

Bury him! You tolerate exact said the new law forbids (refuses to allow) it. 

ANTIGONE:

He is my match. And he is your match, too. 

ISMENE:

But ponder of the imperil! Ponder what Creon succeed do!                                             35

ANTIGONE:

Creon is not sufficient to insist in my way. 

ISMENE:

Ah sister!

Oedipus died, integrqueer hating him 

For what his own pursuit brought to mild, his eyes 

Ripped (removed by security) out by his own influence; and Iocaste died, 

His dame and consort at uninterruptedly: she twisted (bent) the cords (rope, fabric) 40

That strangled her vitality; 

and our two matchs died, 

Each calm?}ened by the other’s sword. And we are left: 

But oh, Antigone

Think how giganticly aggravate awful than these                                                             45

Our own destructiveity would be if we should go opposite (disobey) Creon 

And do what he has forbidden (not recognized, banned)! We are rejoicely women, 

We cannot combat delay men, Antigone

The law is impetuous, we must surrender in (obey) to the law 

In this man, and in worse. I beg the Dead                                                            50

To forsurrender me, but I am helpless (unable to shelter): 

I must yield (surrender way to demands

To those in warrant (power). And I ponder it is imperilous occupation 

To be constantly meddling (interfering). 

ANTIGONE:

If that is what you ponder, 

I should not neglect you, correspondent if you asked to subjoined.                                                55

You tolerate made your rare, you can be what you neglect to be. 

But I succeed bury him; and if I must (tolerate to) die, 

I say that this offense is devotional (sacred, abandoned to god): I shall (will) lie down 

With him in destructiveity, and I shall be as dear (coccasion in reaching and attachment)

To him as he to me.                                                                                                60

It is the cheerless 

Not the influence, who procure-environing the craveest demands (calls for star): 

We die unceasingly… 

You may do as you enjoy 

Since apparently (obviously) the laws of the gods moderation molehill to you.             65

ISMENE:

They moderation a gigantic negotiate to me, but I tolerate no sway 

To rupture (to injure, to not prosper) laws that were made for the common amiable. 

ANTIGONE:

That must be your absolve, I presume. But as for me, 

I succeed bury the match I attachment. 

ISMENE:

Antigone,                                                                                                               70

I am so timid for you! 

ANTIGONE:

You demand not be: 

You tolerate yourself to meditate (ponder environing), subjoined all. 

ISMENE:

But no one must heed of this, you must recalcuslow no one! 

I succeed maintain it a secluded, I promise!                                                                             75

ANTIGONE:

Oh recalcuslow it! Recalcuslow integralone 

Think how they’ll misaffect you when it all subjoineds out 

If they infer that you knew environing it all the age! 

ISMENE:

So fiery (passionate, intelligent-tempered)! You should be calm delay dread. 

ANTIGONE:

Perhaps (maybe). But I am doing rejoicely what I must.                                            80

ISMENE:

But can you do it? I say that you cannot. 

ANTIGONE

Very polite-mannered: when my sway surrenders out, I shall (will) do no aggravate. 

ISMENE:

Impossible mans should not be practised at all. 

ANTIGONE:

Go far, Ismene: 

I shall (will) be hating you shortly, and the cheershort succeed too,                                       85

For your badgeification are hateful (very obnoxious). Liberty me my foolish (lacsovereign amiable judgment) plan: 

I am not timid of the imperil; if it moderations destructiveity, 

It succeed not be the conquer of destructiveitys ––mortality delayout eminence (haughty i-elation). 

ISMENE:

Go then, if you reach that you must. 

You are undiscreet (foolish, lacsovereign amiable judgment),                                               90

But a obedient coadjutor indeed (in commission, in precision) to those who attachment you. 

CONTEXT NOTE:  Oedipus, uninterruptedly Sovereign of Thebes, was the senior of Antispent and Ismene, and of their matchs Polyneices and Eteocles. Oedipus unwittingly (outmargin distinguishing) calm?}ened his senior, Laios, and married his own dame, Iocaste. When he infered what he had performed, he eyelessed himself and left Thebes.  Iocaste, when she infered that she had married her own son and had end delay him, also calm?}ened herself.   

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STOP and RESPOND:   

Finish the decrees adown naturalized on your underneathstanding of the dramatize so far.  Use suited punctuation.

1. Antispent asks her sister, Ismene, to aid her inhume the assemblage of Polyneices consequently ______________________________

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2. Ismene argues that they should not inhume the assemblage of their match, Polyneices, because ________________________

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3. Antispent argues that she succeed inhume the assemblage of their match, Polyneices, consequently _________________________

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4. Antispent and Ismene  respond variously to Creon’s Adjudication not to inhume Polyneices, so ____________________________

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5.  I conform delay ________________________ (Antispent / Ismene) consequently ______________________________________

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Reading Summary: 

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What: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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[Exit into the Palace. ANTIGONE goes off, Left. Enter the CHORUS.]

 CHORUS (Summary):  

The Chorus gratifyings the forthcoming sun and rejoices of the awful encounter the preceding (before) tenebrosity. Polyneices, one of the two sons of Oedipus, commanded a encounter opposite his correspondent Thebans.  Polyneices  and his men assaulted the scorrespondent takings of Thebes at tenebrosity and defeated the scorrespondent captains indemnifying them.  Polyneices and his men procure war, spears, vitality, blazes, yells, and destructiveity into the city.  Eteocles, the match of Polyneices, combats to shelter Thebes opposite his match.  The two matchs combat a crave calculateenance to calculateenance encounter opposite each other until twain are cheerless.  It is the forthcoming subjoined the encounter; the Chorus celebrates the passisimply forthcoming of prosperity and rejoices for joy consequently Thebes is now easy of war.  The citizens of Thebes succeed rejoice hymns (pious anthems) of eminence in the pavilions (pious instituteings).                                                         

CHORAGOS:

For God mislikes utterly (completely) 100

The bray (loud, discuss-jarring probe enjoy a donkey) of bragging (fat conference of one’s impartation) discourses;

And when he beheld (saw) their smiling, 102

Their swagger (sanguine and fat march) of opportune helms (standing of transferership or intervalrain), 103

The frown (behold of dissimilarity) of his denounceneath blasted (exploded) 104

Their haughtyest man from our walls (constitution to shield the city) 105

CHORAGOS:

Scorrespondent captains at scorrespondent takings 106

Yielded (gave way to demands) their clanging (masovereign a sonorous afflictive probe) encounter to the god 107

That molds the encounter-outverse and ruptures it. 108

These two rejoicely, matchs in i-elation, 109

Face to calculateenance in matchless (cannot be correspondented) rage (extravagant enrage), 110

Mirroring (matching) each the other’s destructiveity, 111

Clashed (came concomitantly in raging combat) in crave combat (combat incompact shieldored securitys). 112

SCENE I

CHORAGUS:

But now at ultimate our new Sovereign is corkafter: 113

Creon of Thebes, Menoikeus’ son. 114

In this auspicious (characterized by prosperity) dawn (introduce forthcoming) of his reign (magnificent function) 115

What are the new complexities (challenges, reservedies) 116

That shifting (changing) Fate has woven (put concomitantly) for him? 117

What is his counsel (advice)? Why has he summoned (called) 118

The old men to heed him? 119

[Enter CREON from the Palace, Center. He addresses the CHORUS from the top plod.]

CREON:

Gentlemen: I tolerate the eminence to impart-incompact you that our Ship of 120

State (government), which modern puffs tolerate menaceened to demolish, has subjoined 121

safely to harbor (home) at ultimate, conductd by the merciful wisdom of Heaven. I22

tolerate summoned (called) you near this forthcoming consequently I distinguish that I can 123

be upon you: your ardor (loyalty) to King Laios was absolute (complete); you 124

nfrequently hesitated (paused) in your duty (responsibility) to our spent ruler (king) Oedipus; and when 125

Oedipus died, your loyalty (devotion) was transferred (given) to his end. 126

Unfortunately, as you distinguish, his two sons, the princes Eteocles and 127

Polyneices, tolerate calm?}ened each other in encounter, and I, as the next in 128

blood, tolerate succeeded to the full (total) sway of the throne (standing of sovereign). 129

I am sensible, of warinesser, that no Ruler can rely-on consummate 130

fealty from his subjects until he has been tested in office. 131

Nevertheless, I say to you at the very outset (start) that I tolerate molehill but 132

contempt (impetuous detest) for the bark of Governor who is timid, for whatfrequently infer, 133

to prosper the warinesser that he distinguishs is best for the State; and as for the 134

man who sets specific coadjutorship aggravate the common welfare (well-being), ––I tolerate 135

no use for him, either. I aggravateafter God to cognizance that if I saw my empire 136

headed for ruin (destruction), I should not be timid to utter out plainly (honestly); and I demand 137

hardly reimpetus you that I would nfrequently tolerate any dealings delay an 138

antagonist of the inhabitants. No one appraises coadjutorship aggravate magnanimously than I; 139

but we must recollect that coadjutors made at the risk (danger) of wrecking (destroying) our 140

Ship (government) are not penny coadjutors at all. 141

These are my principles (values), at any objurgate, and that is why I tolerate 142

made the subjoined resolution relating the sons of Oedipus: 143

Eteocles, who died as a man should die, combating for his empire, is to 144

be buried delay unmeasured soldierly eminences, delay all the formality that is ordinary 145

when the giganticest modeles die; but his match Polyneices, who broke 146

his exile (forbidden to retaliate) to subjoined end delay vitality and spromise opposite his native (birth) city and 147

the shrines (devotional instituteings) of his seniors’ gods, whose one subject was to pour the i-elation 148

of his i-elation and hawk his own inhabitants into vassalry–– Polyneices, I say, 149

is to tolerate no sepulture: no man is to affect him or say the decisive benediction for 150

him; he shall lie on the artshort (insipid plant delay few trees), unburied (not buried); and the birds and the 151

scavenging dogs can do delay him whatfrequently they enjoy. 152

This is my command (order), and you can see the wisdom (intelligence) subsequently it. As 153

crave as I am King, no betrayer (specific who betrays their empire) is going to be eminenceed delay the obedient 154

man. But whofrequently demonstrations by promise and commission that he is on the aspect of 155

the State,––he shall tolerate my i-elation ageliness he is influence and my 156

reverence (submerged i-elation) when he is cheerless. 157

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STOP and RESPOND:   

(1) Sovereign Creon says, “modern puffs tolerate menaceened to demolish” the synod consequently ___________________________

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(2) Sovereign Creon rely-ons consummate obedientty from his subjects, but ________________________________________________

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(3) Sovereign Creon views Eteocles as a model, so _____________

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(4) Sovereign Creon views Polyneices as a betrayer, so _________

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CHORAGOS:

If that is your will, Creon son of Menoikeus, 158

You tolerate the exact to enforce it: we are yours. 159

CREON:

That is my succeed. Engage wariness that you do your part-among. 160

CHORAGOS:

We are old men: let the boyisher ones convey it out. 161

CREON:

I do not moderation that: the sentries tolerate been appointed. 162

CHORAGOS:

Then what is it that you would tolerate us do? 163

CREON:

You succeed surrender no patronage to whofrequently ruptures this law. 164

CHORAGOS:

Only a foolic man is in attachment delay destructiveity! 165

CREON:

And destructiveity it is; yet coin conferences, and the wisest 166

Have casually been distinguishn to calcuslow a few coins too sundry. 167

[Enter SENTRY from Left]

SENTRY:

I’ll not say that I’m out of expiration from prevalent, King, consequently integral 168

age I plugped to ponder environing what I tolerate to recalcuslow you, I felt enjoy going 169

back. And all the age a reguslow kept assertion, “You fool, don’t you 170

distinguish you’re marching direct into inconvenience?”; and then another regulate: 171

“Yes, but if you let someassemblage else get the tidings to Creon haughtyest, it succeed 172

be correspondent worse than that for you!” But amiable view won out, at decisive I 173

vision it was amiable view, and near I am delay a incident that procure-abouts no 174 

view at all; but I’ll recalcuslow it anyhow, consequently, as they say, what’s going 175

to descend’s going to descend, and–– 176

CREON:

Come to the purpose. What tolerate you to say? 177

SENTRY:

I did not it. I did not see who did it. You must not chasten me for what someone 178

else has performed. 179

CREON:

A comprehensive defense! Aggravate effective, possibly, 180

If I knew its purpose. Come: what is it? 181

SENTRY:

A dreadful man… I don’t distinguish how to put it–– 182

CREON:

Out delay it! 183

SENTRY:

Well, then; 184

The cheershort man––– 185

Polyneices–– 186

[Pause. The SENTRY is aggravatepower, fumbles for badgeification. CREON holds impassively.]

out there–– 187

someone, –– 188

new remains on the slimy flesh! 189

[Pause. No badge from CREON.]

Someone has surrendern it burial that way, and 190

Gone … 191

[Long intermission. CREON finally utters delay cheerlessly intervalrain.]

CREON:

And the man who dared do this? 192

SENTRY:

I blaspheme I 193

Do not distinguish! You must prize me! 194

Listen: 195

The acnumber was dry, not a badge of digging, no, 196

Not a rotate track in the remains, no trace of anyone. 197

It was when they relieved us this forthcoming: and one of them, 198

The corporal, purposeed to it. 199

Tnear it was, 200

The unusualst–– 201

Look: 202

The assemblage, exact mounded aggravate delay mild dust: you see? 203

Not buried pennyly, but as if they’d healed it 204

Just sufficient for the vision’s reconciliation. And no badge 205

Of dogs or any inordinate lewd that had been there. 206

And then what a demonstration tnear was! Integral man of us 207

Accurejoice the other: we all assayd the other man did it, 208

We all had proof that we could not tolerate performed it. 209

We were infery to engage hot vigorous in our influences, 210

Walk through vitality, swear by all the gods, 211

It was not I! 212

I do not distinguish who it was, but it was not I! 213

[CREON’s rage has been mounting steadily, but the SENTRY is too eager upon his incident to attend-to it.]

And then, when this came to molehill, someone said 214

A man that quietd us and made us stare 215

Down at the account: you had to be told the tidings, 216

And one of us had to do it! We threw the dice, 217

And the bad consummation fell to me. So near I am, 218

No happier to be near than you are to tolerate me: 219

Noassemblage enjoys the man who procures bad tidings. 220

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STOP and RESPOND: 

(1) Although no one neglected to procure the tidings of Polyneices’ sepulture to Sovereign Creon, _________________________________

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CHORAGOS:

I tolerate been surpriseing, King: can it be that the gods tolerate performed this? 221

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CREON:

[Furiously.]

Stop! 222

Must you doddering wrecks 223

Go out of your tops entirely? “The gods!” 224

Intolerable! 225

The gods talent this corpse? Why? How had he benefitd them? 226

Tried to loot their temples, cremate their images, 227

Yes, and the total State, and its laws delay it! 228

Is it your senile estimation that the gods attachment to eminence bad men? 229

A pious meditation! –– 230

No, from the integral previsage 231

Tnear tolerate been those who tolerate whispered concomitantly, 232

Stiff-necked anarchists, putting their tops concomitantly, 233

Scheming opposite me in alleys. These are the men, 234

And they tolerate bribed my own shieldor to do this man. 235

Money! 236

[Sententiously.]

There’s molehill in the globe so demoralizing as coin. 237

Find that man, procure him near to me, or your destructiveity 238

Will be the least of your problems: I’ll string you up 239

Alive, and tnear succeed be indubitable ways to procure-environing you 240

Discaggravate your employer antecedently you die; 241

And the manner may inform you a homily you behold to tolerate missed 242

The haughty-pricedest profit is casually all too haughty-priced: 243

That bes on the source. Do you underneathinsist me? 244

A fortuity won is repeatedly misfortune. 245

SENTRY:

King, may I utter? 246

CREON:

Your very reguslow distresses me. 247

SENTRY:

Are you trusting that it is my regulate, and not your conscience? 248

CREON:

By God, he neglects to analyze me now! 249

SENTRY:

It is not what I say, but what has been performed, that hurts you. 250

CREON:

You conference too giganticly. 251

SENTRY:

Maybe; but I’ve performed molehill. 252

CREON:

Sold your discuss for some silver: that’s all you’ve performed. 253

SENTRY:

How dreadful it is when the exact umpire judges enormity! 254

CREON:

Your figures of discourse 255

May invadetain you now; but penny you procure me the man, 256

You succeed get paltry profit from them in the end. 257

[Enter CREON into the Palace.]

SENTRY:

“Bring me the man” ––! 258

I’d enjoy molehill amend than procureing him the man! 259

But procure him or not, you tolerate seen the ultimate of me near. 260

At any rate, I am secure! 261

[Exit SENTRY.]

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STOP and RESPOND:

(1) Sovereign Creon demands the Sentry to procure him the man who dared to inhume Polyneices opposite his regulates , so ____________

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ODE 1

CHORUS: [Strophe 1] 262

Numbershort are the globe’s surprises, but none 263

More amazing than man; 264

O manifest announcement, security spent all measure! 265

O necessity of man, worsovereign twain amiable and misfortune! 266

When the laws are kept, how fatly his city insists! 267

When the laws are domesticated, what of his city then? 268

Nfrequently may the anarchic man manner interval at my hearth, 269

Nfrequently be it said that my meditations are his meditations. 270

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STOP and RESPOND:

(1) The Chorus rejoices that man is the globe’s most amazing surprise consequently ____________________________________

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(2) Create a decree urejoice the subordinating adduction when and the subjoined phrases: “laws are kept” and “the city insists fatly.”  ____________________________________________________________________________________

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(3) Combine the subjoined two decrees:  The anarchic man nfrequently may manner interval at my heedth.  The anarchic man nfrequently has the similar meditations as my meditations. ____________________________________________________________

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SCENE II

[Re-enter SENTRY transfering ANTIGONE.]

CHORAGOS:

What does this moderation? Unquestionably this captive dowager 271

Is the Princess, Antigone. Why should she be engagen? 272

SENTRY:

Here is the one who did it! We caught her 273

In the very act of inhumeing him. ––Wnear is Creon? 274

CHORAGOS:

Just corksubjoined from the branch. 275

[Enter CREON, Center]

CREON:

What has descended? 276

Why tolerate you subjoined end so shortly? 277

SENTRY:

O King, 278

A man should nfrequently be too trusting of anything: 279

I would tolerate sworn 280

That you’d not see me near repeatedly: your enrage 281

Frightened (scared) me so, and the mans you menaceened me delay; 282

But how could I recalcuslow then 283

That I’d be able to obvious-up the occurrence so shortly? 284

No dice-throwing this age: I was rejoicely too fortunatesomesome to subjoined! 285

Here is this dowager. She is the contaminated one: 286

We institute her reserved to inhume him. 287

Take her, then; inquiry her; umpire her as you succeed. 288

I am through delay the total man now, and fortunatesomesome of it. 289

CREON:

But this is Antigone! Why tolerate you brought her near? 290

SENTRY:

She was inhumeing him, I recalcuslow you! 291

CREON:

[Severely.]

Is this the precision? 292

SENTRY:

I saw her delay my own eyes. Can I say aggravate? 293

CREON:

The details: subjoined, recalcuslow me intelligently! 294

SENTRY:

It was enjoy this: 295

After those awful menaces of yours King. 296

We went end and brushed the remains far from the assemblage. 297

The flesh was balmy by now, and stinking (smelling bad), 298

So we sat on a hill to windward and kept protector (watch). 299

No napping (sleeping) descended until the pure circular sun 300

Whirled in the cinvade of the circular sky aggravate us: 301

Then, unexpectedly, 302

A puff of remains roared up from the sphere, and the sky 303

Went out, the artshort vanished (disappeared) delay all its trees 304

In the stinging sombre. We secretive our eyes and endured it. 305

The whirlwind ultimateed a crave age, but it passed; 306

And then we beholded, and tnear was Antigone! 307

I tolerate seen 308

A dame bird subjoined end to a stripped nest, heedd 309

Her crying bitterly a domesticated note or two 310

For the boyish ones stolen. Exact so, when this damsel 311

Found the bare corpse, and all her attachment’s exertion wasted, 312

She wept, and cried on god to damn the influences 313

That had performed this man 314

And then she brought aggravate remains 315

And sprinkled wine three ages for her match’s vision. 316

We ran and took her at uninterruptedly. She was not timid, 317

Not correspondent when we charged her delay what she had performed. 318

She deprived molehill. 319

And this was a ease to me, 320

And some uneasiness: for it is a amiable man 321

To fly from destructiveity, but it is no gigantic pleatrusting 322

To procure destructiveity to a coadjutor. 323

Yes I constantly say 324

Tnear is molehill so easeable as your own secure skin! 325

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STOP and RESPOND:  

(1) The Sentry distinguishs it was Antispent who buried Polyneices consequently ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________.

(2) Combine the subjoined two decrees:  The Sentry procures Sovereign Creon tidings that he saw Antispent inhumeing the assemblage of Polyneices.  King Creon succeed be surprised and balancethrow.  ___________________________________________________

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CREON: 

[Slowly, imperilously.]

And you, Antigone, 326

You delay your top hanging––do you confess this man? 327

ANTIGONE:

I do. I deny molehill. 328

CREON: 

[To SENTRY:]

You may go. 329

[Exit SENTRY. To ANTIGONE:]

Tell me, recalcuslow me briefly: 330

Had you heedd my proclamation affecting this matter? 331

ANTIGONE:

It was common. Could I aid heeding it? 332

CREON:

And yet you dared defy the law. 333

ANTIGONE:

I dared.

It was not God’s proclamation. That terminal Propriety 334

That administrations the globe adown procure-abouts no such laws. 335

Your edict, King, was impetuous, 336

But all your sway is impairment itself opposite 337

The immortal unrecorded laws of God. 338

They are not merely now: they were, and shall be, 339

Operative for frequently, spent man utterly. 340

I knew I must die, correspondent delayout your decree: 341

I am rejoicely mortal. And if I must die 342

Now, antecedently it is my age to die, 343

Surely this is no hardship: can anyone 344

Living, as I subsist, delay mishaphazard all environing me, 345

Think Mortality short than a coadjutor? This destructiveity of mine 346

Is of no significance; but if I had left my match 347

Lying in destructiveity unburied, I should tolerate suffered. 348

Now I do not. 349

You numberenance at me. Ah Creon, 350

Think me a fool, if you enjoy; but it may polite-mannered-mannered be 351

That a fool convicts me of folly. 352

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CHORAGOS:

Like senior, enjoy daughter: twain topstrong, deaf (cannot heed) to infer! 353

She has nfrequently infered to yield. 354

She has giganticly to infer. 355

The inflexible heedt ruptures haughtyest, the toughest vigorous 356

Cracks haughtyest, and the inordinateest horses mold their necks 357

At the haul of the minuteest curb. 358

Pride? In a vassal? 359

This damsel is contaminated of a wrap insolence, 360

Breasovereign the surrendern laws and boasting (excessively fat conference) of it. 361

Who is the man near, 362

She or I, if this offense goes unpunished (not chastened)? 363

Sister’s offshoot, or aggravate than sister’s offshoot, 364

Or corkr yet in i-elation––she and her sister 365

Win bitter destructiveity for this! 366

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[To servants:]

Go, some of you, 367

Arinterval Ismene. I entrust her analogous. 368

Bring her: you succeed manner her sniffling in the branch there. 369

Her impetus’s a traitor: offenses kept in the sombre 370

Cry for mild, and the shieldorian brain shudders: 371

But now giganticly worse than this 372

Is brazen boasting of barefaced anarchy! 373

ANTIGONE:

Creon, what aggravate do you neglect than my destructiveity? 374

CREON:

Nothing. 375

That surrenders me integralthing. 376

ANTIGONE:

Then I beg you: calm?}en me. 377

This conferenceing is a gigantic weariness: your badgeification 378

Are distasteful to me, and I am trusting that mine 379

Seem so to you. And yet they should not behold so: 380

I should tolerate eminence and eminence for what I tolerate performed. 381

All these men near would eminence me 382

Were their lips not frozen preclude delay dread of you. 383

[Bitterly.]

Ah the amiable fortune of sovereigns, 384

Licensed to say and do whatfrequently they content! 385

CREON:

You are queer near in that estimation. 386

ANTIGONE:

No, they are delay me. But they maintain their tongues in leash. 387

CREON:

Maybe. But you are contaminated, and they are not. 388

ANTIGONE:

Tnear is no sin in reverence for the cheerless. 389

CREON:

But Eteocles––was he not your match too? 390

ANTIGONE:

My match too. 391

CREON:

And you affront his recollection? 392

ANTIGONE: [Softly.]

The cheershort man would not say that I affront it. 393

CREON:

He would: for you eminence a traitor as giganticly as him. 394

ANTIGONE:

His own match, traitor or not, and correspondent in i-elation. 395

CREON:

He made war on his empire. Eteocles sheltered it. 396

ANTIGONE:

Nevertheless, tnear are eminences due all the cheerless. 397

CREON:

But not the similar for the wicked as for the exact. 398

ANTIGONE:

Ah Creon, Creon, 399

Which of us can say what the gods trust ungodly? 400

CREON:

An antagonist is an antagonist, correspondent cheerless. 401

ANTIGONE:

It is my sort to link in attachment, not mislike. 402

CREON: 

[Finally lorejoice perseverance.]

Go link them, then; if you must tolerate your attachment, 403

Find it in hell! 404

CHORAGOS:

But see, Ismene subjoineds: 405

[Enter ISMENE, guarded.]

Those affliction are sisterly, the csonorous 406

That phantoms her eyes rains down mild sorrow. 407

CREON:

You too, Ismene, 408

Snake in my ordered branch, sucsovereign my i-elation 409

Stealthily––and all the age I nfrequently knew 410

That these two sisters were aiming at my throne! 411

Ismene, 412

Do you reveal your distribute in this offense, or compelsay it? 413

Answer me. 414

ISMENE:

Yes, if she succeed let me say so. I am contaminated. 415

ANTIGONE: 

[Coldly.]

No, Ismene. You tolerate no exact to say so. 416

You would not aid me, and I succeed not tolerate you aid me. 417

ISMENE:

But now I distinguish what you moderationt; and I am near 418

To link you, to engage my distribute of chastenment. 419

ANTIGONE:

The cheershort man and the gods who administration the cheershort 420

Know whose act this was. Signification are not coadjutors. 421

ISMENE:

Do you refuse me, Antigone? I neglect to die delay you: 421

I too tolerate a duty that I must discharge to the cheerless. 422

ANTIGONE:

You shall not lessen my destructiveity by sharing it. 423

ISMENE:

What do I wariness for vitality when you are cheerless? 424

ANTIGONE:

Ask Creon. You’re constantly trusting on his estimations. 425

ISMENE:

You are laughing at me. Why, Antigone? 426

ANTIGONE:

It’s a joyless laughter, Ismene. 427

ISMENE:

But can I do molehill? 428

ANTIGONE:

Yes. Economize yourself. I shall not grudging you. 429

Tnear are those who succeed eminence you; I shall tolerate eminence, too. 430

ISMENE:

But we are analogous contaminated! 431

ANTIGONE:

No aggravate, Ismene. 432

You are impregnable, but I becrave to Death. 433

CREON: 

[To the CHORUS:]

Gentlemen, I beg you to observe these damsels: 434

One has exact now elapsed her impetus; the other, 435

It behold, has nfrequently had a impetus at all. 436

ISMENE:

Grief informes the steadiest impetuss to waver, King. 437

CREON:

Yours indubitablely did, when you productive guild delay the contaminated! 438

ISMENE:

But how could I go on influence delayout her? 439

CREON:

You are.

She is alexpert cheerless. 440

ISMENE:

But your own son’s bride! 441

CREON:

Tnear are fixs sufficient for him to push his plow. 442

I neglect no wicked wforboding for my sons! 443

ISMENE:

O haughty-pricedest Haimon, how your senior enormity you! 444

CREON:

I’ve had sufficient of your offshootish conference of nuptials! 445

CHORAGOS:

Do you pennyly intend to pilfer this damsel from your son? 446

CREON:

No; Mortality succeed do that for me. 447

CHORAGOS:

Then she must die? 448

CREON: 

[Ironically.]

You confuse me. 449

––But sufficient of this conference! 450

[To GUARDS:]

You, there, engage them far and shieldor them polite-mannered: 451

For they are but women, and correspondent canvass men run 452

When they see Mortality corkafter. 453

[Exeunt (Exit) ISMENE, ANTIGONE, and GUARDS.]

ODE II

CHORUS: [Strophe 1] 454

Fortunate is the man who has nfrequently tasted God’s vengeance! 455

Wnear uninterruptedly the enrage of god has struck, that branch is shaken 456

For frequently: damnation rises subsequently each offshoot 457

I tolerate seen this muster soberness from age crave spent 458

Loom upon Oedipus’ end: activityseason from activityseason 459

So spently this ultimate blossom of Oedipus’ outoutverse 460

Dsystematize the sunlight! but now a forcible promise 461

And a section of remains tolerate secretive up all its embellishment 462

What destructive insolence [Strophe 2] 463

Transcends the fury of Zeus? 464

No vainfame on spshort is easy of the execrate of god. 465

But the obsolete prudence utters for our own age: 466

SCENE III

CHORAGOS:

But near is Haimon, King, the ultimate of all your sons. 467

Is it grief for Antigone, that procures him near, 468

And bitterness at activity robbed of his bride? 469

[Enter HAIMON.]

CREON:

We shall shortly see, and no demand of diviners. 470

––Son, 471

You tolerate heedd my terminal judgment on that damsel: 472

Have you subjoined near hating me, or tolerate you subjoined 473

With deference (respect) and delay attachment, whatfrequently I do? 474

HAIMON:

I am your son, senior. You are my conduct. 475

You procure-environing mans manifest for me, and I submit you. 476

No nuptials moderations aggravate to me than your stable prudence. 477

CREON:

Good. That is the way to behave: subordinate (inferior in sway or remaining) 478

Everyman else, my son, to your senior’s succeed 479

This is what a man begs for, that he may get 480

Sons attentive and dutiful (responsible) in his branch, 481

Each one hating his senior’s enemies, 482

Honoring his senior’s coadjutors. But if his sons 483

Fail him, if they reverse out unprofitably, 484

What has he seniored but inconvenience for himself 485

And pursuit for the malicious? 486

So you are exact 487

Not to occasion your top aggravate this dowager. 488

Your pleatrusting delay her would shortly amplify calm, Haimon, 489

And then you’d tolerate a hellcat in bed and elsewhere. 490

Let her manner her mate in Hell! 491

Of all the inhabitants in this city, rejoicely she 492

Has had contempt for my law and domesticated it. 493

Do you neglect me to demonstration myself wishy-washy antecedently the inhabitants? 494

Or to rupture my sworn promise? No, and I succeed not. 495

The dowager dies. 496

I presume she’ll ptransfer “origin ties.” Well, let her. 497

If I permit my own origin to rebel, 498

How shall I obtain the globe’s obedience? 499

Show me the man who maintains his branch in influence, 500

He’s fit for common authority. 501

I’ll tolerate no dealings 502

With law-breakers, critics of the synod: 503

Whofrequently is clarified to guide should be submited–– 504

Must be submited, in all mans, gigantic and minute, 505

Just (fair) and unexact unfair)! O Haimon, 506

The man who distinguishs how to submit, and that man rejoicely, 507

Knows how to surrender commands when the age subjoineds. 508

You can be on him, no stuff how accelerated 509

The spears subjoined: he’s a amiable soldier, he’ll hold it out. 510

Anarchy, anarchy! Demonstration me a giganticer misfortune! 511

This is why cities tumble (fall) and the gigantic branchs rain down, 512

This is what scatters armies! 513

No, no: amiable subsists are made so by discipline. 514

We maintain the laws then, and the lawmakers, 515

And no dowager shall seduce us. If we must occasion, 516

Let’s occasion to a man, at decisive! Is a dowager impetuouser than we? 517

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CHORAGOS:

Unshort age has rusted my wits, 518

What you say, King, is said delay point and dignity. 519

HAIMON: 

[Boyishly earnest (honest).]

Father: 520

Reason is God’s crowing talent to man, and you are exact 521

To monish me opposite lorejoice mine. I cannot say–– 522

I vision that I shall nfrequently neglect to say! ––that you 523

Have infered badly. Yet tnear are other men 524

Who can infer, too; and their estimations ability be aidful. 525

You are not in a remaining to distinguish integralman 526

That inhabitants say or do, or what they reach: 527

Your temper terrifies them––everyone 528

Will recalcuslow you rejoicely what you enjoy to heed. 529

But I, at any objurgate, can hearkenken; and I tolerate heedd them 530

Muttering and whispering in the sombre environing this damsel. 531

They say no dowager has frequently, so unreasonably, 532

Died so shameful a destructiveity for a generous act: 533

“She healed her match’s assemblage. Is this indecent (not grateful)? 534

She kept him from dogs and vultures (abundant birds who eat cheershort lewds). Is this a offense? 535

Death? ––She should tolerate all the eminence that we can surrender her!” 536

This is the way they conference out tnear in the city. 537

You must prize me: 538

Noman is corkr to me than your enjoyment. 539

What could be corkr? Must not any son 540

Value his senior’s fortuity as his senior does his? 541

I beg you, do not be unchangeable (not succeeding to modify): 542

Do not prize that you queer can be exact. 543

The man who ponders that, 544

The man who maintains (believes) that rejoicely he has the sway 545

To infer properly, the talent to utter, to discuss–– 546

A man enjoy that, when you distinguish him, reverses out void. 547

It is not infer nfrequently to yield (listen) to infer! 548

In deluge age you can see how some trees mold, 549

And consequently they mold, correspondent their twigs (minute tree branches) are secure, 550

While stubborn (stable not to agitate) trees are torn up, roots and all. 551

And the similar man descends in sailing: 552

Make your prevarication (abundant cloth for sailing) accelerated (tight), nfrequently slacken (loosen),––and aggravate you go, 553

Head aggravate heels and underneath: and there’s your voyage (crave bound). 554

Forget you are angry! Let yourself be agitated! 555

I distinguish I am boyish; but content let me say this: 556

The ideal (perfect) state (situation) 557

Would be, I further, that men should be exact by instinct; 558

But elapsed we are all too enjoyly to go astray (into blunder or inferentially inquiryable comportment), 559

The inferable man is to infer from those who can inform. 560

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CHORAGOS:

You succeed do polite-mannered-mannered to hearkenken to him, King, 561

If what he says is gauge. And you, Haimon, 562

Must hearkenken to your senior. ––Both utter polite-mannered. 563

CREON:

You meditate it exact for a man of my years and manner 564

To go to discipverse to a boy? 565

HAIMON:

It is not exact 566

If I am enormity. But if I am boyish, and exact, 567

What does my age stuff? 568

CREON:

You ponder it exact to insist up for an anarchist (rebels opposite warrant)? 569

HAIMON:

Not at all. I pay no i-elation to feloniouss. 570

CREON:

Then she is not a felonious? 571

HAIMON:

The City proposes (offers) to inform me how to administration? 572

CREON:

And the City proposes to inform me how to administration? 573

HAIMON:

Ah. Who is it that’s conferenceing enjoy a boy now? 574

CREON:

My reguslow is the one reguslow giving regulates in this City! 575

HAIMON:

It is no City if it engages regulates from one regulate. 576

CREON:

The Declare is the King! 578

HAIMON:

Yes, if the Declare is a solitude 579.

[Pause.]

CREON:

This boy, it beholds, has sold out to a dowager. 580

HAIMON:

If you are a dowager: my solicitude is rejoicely for you. 581

CREON:

So? Your “concern”! In a common brawl (fight) delay your senior! 582

HAIMON:

How environing you, in a common brawl (fight) delay exactice? 583

CREON:

With exactice, when all that I do is delayin my exacts? 584

HAIMON:

You tolerate no exact to trample (plod heavily on caurejoice impairment) on God’s exact. 585

CREON: [Completely out of intervalrain.] 586

Fool, boyish fool! Enthralled in by a dowager! 587

HAIMON:

You’ll nfrequently see me engagen in by anyman vile. 588

CREON:

Every promise you say is for her! 589

HAIMON: [Quietly, sombrely.] 590

And for you. 591

And for me. And for the gods underneathneath the sphere. 592

CREON:

You’ll nfrequently marry her ageliness she subsists. 593

HAIMON:

Then she must die. ––But her destructiveity succeed motive another. 594

CREON:

Another? 595

Have you elapsed your views? Is this an unconcealed menace? 596

HAIMON:

Tnear is no menace in uttering to falsity. 597

CREON:

I blaspheme you’ll concern this upper intonation of yours! 598

You are the void one! 599

HAIMON:

If you were not my senior, 600

I’d say you were perverse (corrupt). 601

CREON:

You damselstruck fool (idiot), don’t dramatize at badgeification delay me! 602

HAIMON:

I am doleful. You advance quiet. 603

CREON:

Now, by God––! 604

I blaspheme, by all the gods in god aggravate us, 605

You’ll obbenefit it, I blaspheme you shall (will) 606

[To the SERVANTS:]

Bring her out! 607

Bring the dowager out! Let her die antecedently his eyes! 608

Here, this instant (moment), delay her bridegroom (fiance, forthcoming mate) beaspect her! 609

HAIMON:

Not near, no; she succeed not die near, King. 610

And you succeed nfrequently see my calculateenance repeatedly. 611

Go on raving (wildly conferenceing) as crave as you’ve a coadjutor to endure (hearken to) you. 612

[Exit HAIMON.]

CHORAGOS:

Gone, spent. 613

Creon, a boyish man in a rage (extravagant enrage) is imperilous! 614

CREON:

Let him do, or fancy to do, aggravate than a man can. 615

He shall (will) not economize these damsels from destructiveity. 616

CHORAGOS:

These damsels? 617

You tolerate decreed them twain? 618

CREON:

No, you are exact 619

I succeed not calm?}en the one whose influences are purified. 620

CHORAGOS:

But Antigone? 621

CREON: 

[Somberly.]

I succeed convey her far far 622

Out tnear in the wilderness, and lock her 623

Living in a vault of stone. She shall tolerate aid, 624

As the custom is, to absolve the Declare of her destructiveity. 625

And tnear let her beg to the gods of hell: 626

They are her rejoicely gods: 627

Perhaps they succeed demonstration her an fly from destructiveity, 628

Or she may infer, 629

though spent, 630

That piety demonstrationn the cheershort is pity in vain. 631

[Exit CREON.]

ODE III

CHORUS:

Love, indomitable [Strophe] 632

Surely you divaricate upon dilapidation [Antistrope] 633

The exact man’s consenting heedt, 634

As near you tolerate made bexact enrage 635

Strike incompact senior and son–– 636

And none has conquered but Love! 637

A damsel’s scan worsovereign the succeed of god: 638

Pleatrusting to her queer who ape us, 639

Mercishort Aphrodite. 640

SCENE IV

CHORAGOS: 

[As ANTIGONE enters shieldored.]

But I can no craveer insist in awe of this, 641

Nor, examination what I see, maintain end my affliction. 642

Here is Antigone, pasrejoice to that lodging 643

Wnear all manner drowse at ultimate 644

ANTIGONE:

Look upon me, coadjutors, and sympathy me [Strophe 1] 645

Turning end at the tenebrosity’s principle to say 646

Good-by to the sun that shines for me no craveer; 647

Now drowsey Mortality 648

Summons (calls) me down to Acheron,5 that calm shore: 649

Tnear is no bridesong there, nor any allay. 650

4 Goddess of Love. 651

5 A large stream of the underworld, which was administrationd by Hades

CHORUS:

Yet not unpraised, not delayout a bark of eminence, 653

You march at ultimate into the underneathworld; 654

Uncranky by indisposition, domesticated by no sword. 655

What dowager has frequently institute your way to destructiveity? 656

ANTIGONE:

[Antistrophe 1]

How repeatedly I tolerate heedd the shop of Niobe, 657

Tantaloswretched daughter, how the sintonation 658

Clung accelerated environing her, ivy-close: and they say 659

The rain descends endlessly 660

And rifting balmy snow; her affliction are nfrequently performed. 661

I reach the barrenness of her destructiveity in mine. 662

CHORUS:

But she was born of god, and you 663

Are dowager, dowager-born. If her destructiveity is yours, 664

A destructive dowager’s, is this not for you 665

Glory in our globe and in the globe spent? 667

ANTIGONE:

You laugh at me. Ah, coadjutors, coadjutors, [Strophe2] 668 

Can you not hold until I am cheerless? O Thebes, 669

O men sundry-charioted, in attachment delay Fortune, 670

Dear spring of Dirce, inviolable Theban grove, 671

Be cognizancees for me, deprived all pity, 672

Unjustly umpire! and ponder a promise of attachment 673

For her whose course reverses 674

Under sombre sphere, wnear tnear are no aggravate affliction. 675

CHORUS:

You tolerate passed spent cosmical venturesome and subjoined at ultimate 676

Into a fix of sintonation wnear Propriety sits 677

I cannot recalcuslow 678

What form of your senior’s sin appears in this. 679

ANTIGONE:

[Antistrophe 2]

You tolerate affected it at ultimate: that connubial bed 680

Unspeakable, detestation of son and dame mingling: 681

Their offense, taint of all our origin! 682

O Oedipus, senior and match! 683

Your nuptials strikes from the pressing to consume mine. 684

I tolerate been a strenrage near in my own plant: 685

6 Niobe boasted of her numerous end, provoking Leto, the dame of Apollo, to demolish them. 686 Niobe wept profusely, and 687

finally was reverseed into a sintonation on Mount Sipylus, whose streams are her affliction. [Editors’ hush] 688

All my vitality 689

The blasphemy of my outlineage has prospered me. 690

CHORUS:

Reverence is a amiable-temperedness, but sway 691

Lives in orderly law: that must persuade. 692

You tolerate made your rare, 693

Your destructiveity is the doing of your sensible influence. 694

ANTIGONE:

[Epode]

Then let me go, elapsed all your badgeification are bitter, 695

And the very mild of the sun is calm to me. 696

Lead me to my vigil, wnear I must tolerate 697

Neither attachment nor lamentation; no anthem, but quiet. 698

[CREON interrupts impatiently.]

CREON:

If dirges and purposed lamentations could put off destructiveity, 699

Men would be rejoiceing for frequently. 670

[To the SERVANTS:]

Take her, go! 671

You distinguish your regulates: engage her to the vault 672

And liberty her queer there. And if she subsists or dies, 673

That’s her afclear (business), not ours: our influences are purified. 674

ANTIGONE:

O vault, vaulted bride-bed in eternal (forever) cast, 675

Soon I shall be delay my own repeatedly 677

Wnear Persephone 7 welsubjoined the unsubstantial vision underneathground: 678

And I shall see my senior repeatedly, and you, dame, 679

And haughty-pricedest Polyneices–– 670

deainterval incommission 671

To me, elapsed it was my influence 672

That washed him purified and poured the ritual (ceremony) wine: 673

And my recompense is destructiveity antecedently my age! 674

And yet, as men’s heedts distinguish, I tolerate performed no enormity, 675

I tolerate not sinned antecedently God. Or if I tolerate, 677

I shall distinguish the precision in destructiveity. But if the sin 678

Lies upon Creon who umpired me, then, I beg, 679

May his chastenment correspondent my own. 680

CHORAGOS:

O passionate heedt, 681

Unyielding, tormented (extreme hypertangible or tangible self-denial) calm?} by the similar winds! 682

7 Queen of the underneathworld. [Editors’ hush] 683

CREON:

Her shieldors shall tolerate amiable motive to concern their delaying. 684

ANTIGONE:

Ah! That reguslow you no infer to ponder reguslow of destructiveity! 685

CREON:

I can surrender you no infer to ponder you are mistaken. 686

ANTIGONE:

Thebes, and you my seniors’ gods, 687

And administrationrs of Thebes, you see me now, the ultimate 688

Unfortunate daughter of a outoutverse of sovereigns, 689

Your sovereigns, led far to destructiveity. You succeed recollect 690

What mans I tolerate, and at what men’s influences, 691

Bemotive I would not transgress (violate) the laws of god. 692

[To the GUARDS, simply:]

Come: let us hold no craveer. 693

[Exit ANTIGONE, L., guarded.]

SCENE V

[Enter eyeless TEIRESIAS, led by a boy. The unconcealeding discoursees of TEIRESIAS should be in rejoiceanthem dissimilarity to the pennyistic outlines of CREON.]

TEIRESIAS:

This is the way the eyeless man subjoineds, Princes, Princes, 694

Lock-step, two tops lit by the eyes of one. 695

CREON:

What new man tolerate you recalcuslow us, old Teiresias? 696

TEIRESIAS:

I tolerate giganticly to recalcuslow you: hearkenken to the prophet, Creon. 697

CREON:

I further my liability to you. But what tolerate you to say? 698

TEIRESIAS:

Listen, Creon: 699

I was sitting in my chair of augury (omen, badge of what succeed descend in the forthcoming), at the fix 700

Wnear the birds infer environing me. They were all a-chatter, 701

As is their manner, when unexpectedly I heedd 702

A unusual hush in their jangling (clear afflictive probe), a yell, a 703

Whirring (humming or buzzing probe) fury (inordinate or raging disembodiment or enrage); I knew that they were combating, 704

Tearing each other, demise 705

In a whirlwind of wings clashing. And I was timid. 706

I began the rites (pious ceremonies) of crematet-aid at the altar (insipid upconsiderable constitution for pious ceremonies), 707

But Hephaistos 12 failed me: instead of bexact blaze, 708

Tnear was rejoicely the sputtering slime of the fat thigh-flesh 709

Melting: the entrails (interior organs) dissolved in frosty fume, 710

The insufficient nuisance extravasate from the welter (turmoil, declare of inordinate experimentation). And no blaze! 711

This was a badge from god. My boy picturesque it, 712

Seeing for me as I see for others. 713

I recalcuslow you, Creon, you yourself tolerate brought 714

This new calamity (incident caurejoice impairment) upon us. Our hearths (countenance of a vitalityplace) and altars (considerable constitution for pious rituals) 715

Are adulterated delay the contaminatedion of dogs and carrion birds 716

That glut themselves on the corpse of Oedipus’ son. 717

The gods are heedless when we beg to them, their vitality 718

Recoils (pulls end) from our tendering, their birds of forboding (a badge) 719

Have no cry of ease, for they are gorged (unmeasured to compatability) 720

With the solid i-elation of the cheerless. 721

O my son, 722

These are no trifles (things of paltry appraise or significance)! Think: all men procure-environing mistakes, 723

But a amiable man yields (stops abutting) when he distinguishs his course (path) is enormity, 724

And repairs (fixes) the misfortune. The rejoicely offense is vainglory. 725

Give in to the cheershort man, then: do not combat delay a carcass (cheershort assemblage) –– 726

What fame is it to calm?}en a man who is cheerless? 727

Think, I beg you: 728

It is for your own amiable that I utter as I do. 729

You should be able to yield (plug abutting, surrender way to arguments) for your own amiable. 730

CREON:

It beholds that prophets tolerate made me their specific sphere. 731

All my vitality crave 732

I tolerate been a bark of butt for dull (not afflictive) arrows 733

Of doddering (physically or hyperphysically deteriorated consequently of old age) fortuity-tellers! 734

No, Teiresias: 735

If your birds––if the gigantic eagles of God himself 736

Should convey him stinsovereign bit by bit to god, 737

I would not surrender. I am not timid of pollution: 738

No man can defile (violate) the gods.739

Do what you succeed, 740

Go into occupation, procure-environing coin, speculate (to endue delay vision of compel but the luck of dwindle) 741

In India gold or that synthetic (man-made) gold from Sardis, 742

Get valuable otherwise than by my consent (approval) to inhume him. 743

Teiresias, it is a doleful man when a discreet man 744

Sells his prudence, lets out his badgeification for hire! 745

TEIRESIAS:

Ah Creon! Is tnear no man left in the globe–– 746

CREON:

To do what? ––Come, let’s tolerate the aphorism (notice that contains recognizen precision)! 747

TEIRESIAS:

No man who distinguishs that prudence outweighs (has aggravate appraise than) any abundance? 748

CREON:

As trustingly as bribes are baser (lower) than any baseness (failure of inferential letter). 749

TEIRESIAS:

You are disordered, Creon! You are destructiveityly disordered! 750

CREON:

As you say: it is not my fix to summon a prophet. 751

TEIRESIAS:

Yet you tolerate said my prophecy (prediction) is for sale. 752

CREON:

The activityseason of prophets has constantly attachmentd gold. 753

TEIRESIAS:

The activityseason of sovereigns has constantly attachmentd brass (yellow metal made of copper and zinc). 754

CREON:

You pretermit yourself! You are uttering to your King. 755

TEIRESIAS:

I distinguish it. You are a sovereign consequently of me. 756

CREON:

You tolerate a indubitable skill; but you tolerate sold out. 757

TEIRESIAS:

King, you succeed despatch me to badgeification that–– 758

CREON:

Say them, say them! 759

Only recollect: I succeed not pay you for them. 760

TEIRESIAS:

No, you succeed manner them too precious. 761

No demur. Speak: 762

Whatfrequently you say, you succeed not modify my succeed. 763

TEIRESIAS:

Then engage this, and engage it to heedt! 764

The age is not far off when you shall pay end 765

Corpse (cheershort assemblage) for carcass, flesh (balmy muscle and fat) of your own flesh. 766

You tolerate drive the offshoot of this globe into influence tenebrosity, 767

You tolerate kept from the gods adown the offshoot that is theirs: 768

The one on a pressing antecedently her destructiveity, the other, 769

Dead, deprived the pressing. This is your offense: 780

And the Furies and the sombre gods of Hell 781

Are swift (quick) delay awful chastenment for you. 782

Do you neglect to buy me now, Creon? 783

Not sundry days, 784

And your branch succeed be unmeasured of men and wforboding veneration (crying), 785

And curses succeed be hurled (thrown) at you from far 786

Cities grieving (expresrejoice soberness) for sons unburied (not put in the account), left to rot (decay) 787

Before the walls of Thebes. 788

These are my arrows, Creon: they are all for you. 789

[To BOY:]

But subjoined, offshoot: transfer me settlement. 790

Let him dwindle his generous enrage upon boyisher men. 791

Maybe he succeed infer at ultimate 792

To intervalrain a discreetr discourse in a amend top. 793

[Exit TEIRESIAS.]

CHORAGOS:

The old man has spent, King, but his badgeification 794

Remain to plague (bring-environing disordered) us. I am old, too, 795

But I cannot recollect that he was frequently false (wrong). 796

CREON:

That is penny… . It inconveniences me. 797

Oh it is fibred to surrender in! but it is worse 798

To imperil integralman for stubborn (stable not to modify one’s impetus) vainglory. 799

CHORAGOS:

Creon: engage my direction. 800

CREON:

What shall I do? 801

CHORAGOS:

Go intelligently: easy Antispent from her vault 802

And institute a tomb (sepulture fix) for the assemblage of Polyneices.803

CREON:

You would tolerate me do this? 804

CHORAGOS:

Creon, yes! 805

And it must be performed at uninterruptedly: God agitates 806

Swiftly (quickly) to efcountenance the folly (mistakes) of stubborn (stable not to modify impetus) men. 807

CREON:

It is fibred to compelsay the heedt! But I 808

Will do it: I succeed not combat delay lot. 809

CHORAGOS:

You must go yourself, you cannot liberty it to others. 810

CREON:

I succeed go. 811

––Bring axes, servants: 812

Come delay me to the vault. I buried her, I 813

Will set her easy. 814

Oh intelligently! 815

My impetus misgives (is industrious delay demur) –– 816

The laws of the gods are mighty (powerful), and a man must benefit them 817

To the ultimate day of his vitality! 818

[Exit CREON.]

PAEN 13

CHORAGOS:

God of sundry names 819

God of sundry names 820

God of sundry names 821

CHORUS:

The phantom of plague (epidemic malady) is upon us: 823

CHORAGOS:

[Antistrophe 2]

Io Fire! Chorister of the throbbing (crystalextension impetuously delay formal rhythm) stars! 824

O puinterval incompact the regulates of the tenebrosity! 825

Thou son of God, blaze (cremate fiercely or crystallinely) for us! 826

CHORUS:

Come 827

God of sundry names! 828

[Exit CHORUS.  Enter MESSENGER, Left]

MESSENGER:

Men of the outoutverse of Kadmos you who subsist 829

Near Amphion’s citadel (citadel to shield the city): 830

I cannot say 831

Of any state of cosmical vitality “This is unwandering, 832

This is clintroduce amiable, or bad.” Fate (destiny) raises up, 833

And Necessity casts (throws delay security) down the fortunate and unfortunate alike: 834

No man can forerecalcuslow his Fate. 835

Take the occurrence of Creon: 836

Creon was fortunate uninterruptedly, as I calcuslow enjoyment: 837

Victorious (winning) in encounter, sole (only) guideor of the plant, 838

Fortunate senior of end nobly (from a origin of haughty collective systematize) born. 839

And now it has all spent from him! Who can say 840

That a man is calm?} asubsist when his vitality’s joy fails? 841

He is a marching cheershort man. Grant him valuable, 842

Let him subsist enjoy a sovereign in his gigantic branch: 843

If his pleatrusting is spent, is would not surrender 844

So giganticly as the phantom of fume for all he owns. 845

CHORAGOS:

Your badgeification adumbrate at soberness (submerged soberness): what is your tidings for us? 846

MESSENGER:

They are cheerless. The influence are sin of their destructiveity. 847

CHORAGOS:

Who is contaminated? Who is cheerless? Speak! 848

MESSENGER:

Haimon.

Haimon is cheerless; and the plant that calm?}ened him 849

Is his own influence. 850

CHORAGOS:

His senior’s? or his own? 851

MESSENGER:

His own, driven mad (made foolic) by the consume his senior had performed. 852

CHORAGOS:

Teiresias, Teiresias, how clintroduce you saw it all! 853

MESSENGER:

This is my tidings: you must induce what conclusions you can from it. 854

CHORAGOS:

But behold: Eurydice, our Queen: 855

Has she aggravateheard us? 856

[Enter EURYDICE from the Palace, Center]

EURIDICE:

I tolerate heedd star, coadjutors: 857

As I was unlocsovereign the taking of Pallas’ 17 shrine, 858

For I demanded her aid today, I heedd a reguslow 859

Telling of some new sorrow (sadness). And I fainted 860

Tnear at the pavilion delay all my maidens (individual boyish women) environing me. 861

But utter repeatedly: whatfrequently it is, I can tolerate it: 862

Grief (submerged soberness or soberness) and I are no aliens. 863

MESSENGER:

Deainterval Lady, 864

I succeed recalcuslow you artlessly all that I tolerate seen. 865

I shall not try to ease you: what is the use, 866

Since ease could lie rejoicely in what is not penny? 867

The precision is constantly best. 868

I went delay Creon 869

To the outward plain (unconcealed plant delay few trees) wnear Polyneices was mendacious, 870

No coadjutor to pity (reach soberness/fellow-feeling for) him, his assemblage shredded (torn aloof-incompact to pieces) by dogs. 871

We made our benedictions in that fix to Hecate 872

And Pluto, 18 that they would be merciful (forgiving). And we bathed (washed) 873

The corpse (cheershort assemblage) delay devotional insinuate, and we brought 874

Fresh-domesticated branches to cremate what was left of it, 875

And upon the urn (vase used to shop wormwood) we heaped up a towering (very-fur lofty) barrow (wheelbarrow or cart) 876

Of the spshort of his own plant. 877

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STOP and RESPOND:  

(1) What does the Messenger recalcuslow Queen Euridyce environing the carcass of Polyneices?  

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When we are performed, we ran 878

To the vault (arched instituteing made of stones) wnear Antispent lay on her couch of stone. 879

One of the servants had spent afore, 880

And ageliness he was yet far off he heedd a reguslow 881

Grieving delayin the lodging, and he came end 882

And told Creon. And as the Sovereign went corkr, 883

The air was unmeasured of melancholy, the badgeification elapsed, 884

And he begged us to procure-environing all haste (hurry). “Am I a prophet?” 885

He said, veneration, “And must I march this pathway, 886

The saddest of all that I tolerate spent antecedently? 887

My son’s reguslow aggravatepowers me on. Oh intelligently, intelligently! 888

Look through the crevice (crack) there, and recalcuslow me 889

If it is Haimon, or some deception (trick) of the gods!” 890

We submited; and in the cavern’s (cave) distant retreat 891

We saw her mendacious: 892

She had made a noose (cloth tied to depend oneself) of her fine (haughty attribute) linen veil (cloth to caggravate calculateenance) 893

And depended herself. Haimon lay beaspect hers, 894

His encounter environing her waist, lamenting (expresrejoice his submerged affliction, affliction) her, 895

His attachment elapsed underneathground, crying out 896

That his senior has stolen her far from him. 897 

When Creon saw him the affliction speeded to his eyes 898

And he stable to him: “What tolerate you performed, offshoot? Utter to me. 899

What are you pondering that procure-abouts your eyes so alien? 900

O my son, my son, I subjoined to you on my knees!” 901

But Haimon spat (spent cork of spit) in his calculateenance. He said not a promise, 902

Staring–– 903

And unexpectedly drew (pulled out) his spromise 904

And lunged (unexpected agitate obtrusive). Creon shsystematize end (pulled far), the blade missed; and the boy, 905

Despeobjurtaking opposite himself , myriad it half its prolixity 906

Into his own aspect, and demolish. And as he died 907

He infered Antispent coccasion in his encounter repeatedly. 908

Choking, his i-elation bexact red on her pure cheek. 909

And now he lies cheershort delay the cheerless, and she is his 910

At ultimate, his bride in the branchs of the cheerless. 911

[Exit EURDICE into the Palace.]

CHORAGOS:

She has left us delayout a promise. What can this moderation? 912

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STOP and RESPOND:  

(1) What do we infer environing Antigone?

(1) What descends incompact Haimon and his senior, Sovereign Creon?

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MESSENGER:

It inconveniences me, too; yet she distinguishs what is best, 913

Her grief (submerged soberness) is too gigantic for common lamentation (forcible behold of affliction or soberness) 914

And doubtless (outmargin demur) she has spent to her chamber (room) to weep (cry) 915

For cheershort son, transfering her maidens (individual boyish women) in his dirge (funeral anthem of affliction). 916

CHORAGOS:

It may be so: but I dread this submerged quiet. 917

MESSENGER:

[Pause.]

I succeed see what she is doing. I succeed go in. 918

[Exit MESSENGER into the Palace.]

[Enter CREON delay attendants (employees), bearing (carrying) HAIMON’S body.]

CHORAGOS:

But near is the Sovereign himself: oh behold at him, 919

Bearing (carrying) his own damnation (unceasing chastenment) in his encounter. 920

CREON:

Noman you say can affect me anymore. 921

My own eyeless heedt has brought me 922

From sombreness to terminal sombreness. Near you see 923

The senior consumeing, the consumeed son–– 924

And all my civic (political) prudence! 925

Haimon my son, so boyish, so boyish to die, 926

I was the fool (specific who acted unwisely), not you; and you died for me. 927

CHORAGOS:

That is the precision; but you were spent in muster it. 928

CREON:

This precision is fibred to tolerate. Unquestionably a god 929

Has crushed me underneath the hugest consequence of god, 930

And despatchn me headlong (in a speed) a barbaric (cruel) way 931

To trample out (destroy) the man I held most haughty-priced. 932

The politeness that men succeed engage to subjoined to pain! 933

[Enter MESSENGER from the Palace.]

MESSENGER:

The burden (star reserved or obnoxious) you convey in your influences is burdensome, 934

But it is not all: you succeed manner aggravate in your branch. 935

CREON:

What burden (star reserved or obnoxious) worse than this shall I manner there? 936

MESSENGER:

The Queen is cheerless. 937

CREON:

O port (door) of destructiveity, heedless (cannot heed) globe, 938

Is tnear no pity (tenderness of subvertow-feeling) for me? And you, Angel of misfortune, 939

I was cheerless, and your badgeification are destructiveity repeatedly. 940

Is it penny, boy? Can it be penny? 941

Is my consort cheerless? Has destructiveity bred (produced) destructiveity? 942

MESSENGER:

You can see for yourself. 942

[The doors are unconcealeded, and the assemblage of EURDICE is dissecretive (shown) delayin.]

CREON:

Oh sympathy! 943

All penny, all penny, and aggravate than I can tolerate! 944

O my consort, my son! 945

MESSENGER:

She bstraight antecedently the altar, and her heedt 946

Welsubjoined the knife her own influence guided (led). 947

And a gigantic cry burst (broke out unexpectedly and ragingly) from her lips for Megareus 19 cheerless, 948

And for Haimon cheerless, her sons; and her ultimate expiration 949

Was a execrate for their senior, the consumeed of her sons. 950

And she demolish, and the sombre flowed in through her clorejoice eyes. 951

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STOP and RESPOND:  

(1) What do we infer environing Queen Euridyce?  What led her to this exculpation? 

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CREON:

O God, I am disordered delay dread. 952

Are tnear no ssignification near? Has no one a puff for me? 953

MESSENGER:

Her execrate is upon you for the destructiveitys of twain. 954

CREON:

It is exact that it should be. I queer am contaminated. 955

I distinguish it, and I say it. Transfer me in, 956

Quickly, coadjutors. 957 

I tolerate neither vitality nor substance (advantage or significance). Transfer me in. 957

CHORAGOS:

You are exact, if tnear can be exact in so giganticly enormity. 958

The briefest (shortest) way is best in a globe of soberness. 959

CREON:

Let it subjoined, 960

Let destructiveity subjoined intelligently, and be bark to me. 961

I would not frequently see the sun repeatedly. 962

CHORAGOS:

All that succeed subjoined when it succeed; but we, meantimeliness (timeliness we hold), 963

Have giganticly to do. Liberty the forthcoming to itself. 964

CREON:

All my heedt was in that benediction! 965

CHORAGOS:

Then do not beg anymore: the sky is negotiate 966

CREON:

Lead me far. I tolerate been rash (shown a failure of warinessful meditateation) and foolish (stupid). 967

I tolerate calm?}ened my son and my consort. 968

I behold for ease; my ease lies near cheerless. 969

Whatfrequently my influences tolerate affected has subjoined to molehill. 970

Fate (events spent a specific’s intervalrain, lot) has brought all my vainfame to a meditation of remains. 971

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STOP and RESPOND:  

(1) Is Sovereign Creon the similar specific at the end of the dramatize as he is at the previsage of the dramatize?  Exartshort citing sign from the quotation.  

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[As CREON is activity led into the branch, the CHORAGOS advances and utters immediately to the interview.]

CHORAGOS:

Tnear is no enjoyment wnear tnear is no prudence; 972

No prudence but in submission (act of accepting a haughtyer security) to the gods. 973

Big badgeification are constantly chastened, 974

And fat men in old age infer to be discreet. 975

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