Antigone Play - Need help in translation.

Jun 8th, 2014
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Creon to Haemon, “the lives whose course is fair, the greater part owes safety to obedience. Therefore we must support the cause of order, and in no wise suffer a woman to worst us. Better to fall from power, if we must, by a man's hand; then we should not be called weaker than a woman. (Sophocles, 442 B.C.E)


Leader to Creon, “LEADER Yea, King, and with all speed; for swift harms from the gods cut short the folly of men. (Sophocles, 442 B.C.E)


Antigone said to Creon, “And if my present deeds are foolish in thy sight, it may be that a foolish judge arraigns my folly (Sophocles, 442 B.C.E).

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