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Transcript of Motif Antigone
Down go your cities
Homes gone, men gone, honest hearts corrupted
Crookedness of all kings, and all for money." Creon to Sentry: Scene I, Line 130 "A fortune won is often misfortune." Creon to Sentry: Scene I, Line 138-120 "Your figures of speech
May entertain you now; but unless you bring me the man
You will get little profit from them in the end." Creon to Haimon: Scene III, Line 109 & 114 "This boy, it seems, has sold out to a women.
Fool, adolescent fool! Taken in by a women." Creon to Teiresias: Scene V, Line 52-53 "Teiresias, it is a sorry thing when a wise man
Sells his wisdom, lets out his words for hire." Teiresias to Creon: Scene V , Line 56 "No man knows that wisdom outweighs any wealth." Teiresias to Creon: Scene V, Line 60 "Yet you have said that my prophecy is for sale." Creon and Teresias arguing:Scene V, Line 61-62 "The generation of prophets has always loved gold."
"The generation of kings has always loved brass." Teiresias to Creon: Scene V, Line 69 "No, you will find the price to costly ."