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

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

The tale of 1 sister's loyalty to either her brothers, despite their acts or opposing political opinions, 'Antigone' is without doubt one of the such a lot constantly well known performs within the heritage of drama. This translation, by means of Don Taylor, was once commissioned through the BBC, and was once first broadcast in autumn, 1986.

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How am I wrong? By maintaining my position And the authority of the State? Is that wrong? haemon. When position and authority Ride roughshod over moral feeling . . creon. You’re weak, and uxorious, and contemptible, With no will of your own. You’re a woman’s mouthpiece! haemon. I’m not ashamed of what I’m saying. creon. Every word you have said pleads for her cause. haemon. I plead for you, and for myself, And for common humanity, respect for the dead! creon. You will never marry that woman, she won’t Live long enough to see that day!

Ismene. But we’re both in the wrong, and both condemned! antigone. No, you must live. I have been dead For a long time, inwardly. I am well suited To pay honour to the dead, and die for it. creon. These women are neurotic, lunatics, both of them! One of them going off her head before 25 26 Antigone Our eyes, the other one born unbalanced. ismene. Well, are you surprised! Anyone would crack, The most tough-minded person, under such treatment. creon. You lost your senses when you allowed yourself To be influenced by her lunacy.

Am I a figure of fun To be treated like a child, insulted and humiliated As I leave you for ever? Then, forests and meadows, and our Theban river, Glittering pathway, ceaselessly flowing From Dirce’s death till now, flat lands Thundering beneath our chariots, you Must be my witnesses, my only friends And mourners, as, victimised by an unjust law, I go To my last home In the living tomb, To wait, while the slow darkness descends, Cold and starving on my stony bed Halfway between the living and the dead.

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