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By (Mythological character) Antigone; Sophocles.; Taylor, Don; (Mythological character) Antigone

ISBN-10: 1408173255

ISBN-13: 9781408173251

The tale of 1 sister's loyalty to either her brothers, despite their acts or opposing political opinions, 'Antigone' is among the so much continuously well known performs within the historical past of drama. This translation, through Don Taylor, used to be commissioned by means of the BBC, and used to be first broadcast in autumn, 1986.


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ISMENE is brought in under guard. She has been crying, and looks gaunt and worn. chorus (severally). Look Senators, Ismene, weeping for her sister! Her face is raw with tears, Flayed with misery! Her loveliness is scarred now – this disaster Darkens her fair skin with premonitions and fears And flushes her cheeks with anguish, not beauty. ISMENE is dragged before creon. creon. And you! Snake! Slithering silently About my house, to drink my blood In secret! Both of you the same! I looked the other way: and like terrorists Antigone You laid undercover plans to destroy me.

Don’t let your anger influence you. If a man Of my age may lay some small claim To common sense, let me say this: Absolute certainty is fine, if a man Can be certain that his wisdom is absolute. But such certainty and such wisdom Is rare among men: and that being so, The next best, is to learn to listen, And to take good advice when it is offered. chorus. There’s a lot of sense, my Lord Creon, In what this young man has said: as indeed, There was in everything that you said too. The fact is, you are both in the right, And there’s a good deal to be said for either.

There is no certain measure of a man’s quality, The depth of his intellect and the maturity of his judgement, Until he is put to the supreme test By the exercise of lawful power in the State. My own opinion is well known: The ruler who fears the consequences Of his actions, or who is afraid to act openly, Or take the good advice of his senators, Is beneath contempt. Equally contemptible Is the man who puts the interests of his friends, Or his relations, before his country. There is nothing good can be said of him.

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