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Antigone

Antigone

  

by Sophocles

Antigone: A Chorus of Questions True or False

1. What does Antigone ask the first guard to do for her? -> Deliver a letter
2. What does Antigone offer the guard in return for doing her a favor? -> A gold ring
3. What does Antigone use to hang herself? -> The cord from her robe
4. What happens to Haemon? -> He stabs himself
5. What do the guards do at the end of the tragedy? -> They resume their card game

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