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In her opening exchange with Ismene, Antigone details her motivations for breaking Creon's law.

Which of her lines below explain her motivations?

Select ALL that apply.


"The doom reserved for enemies marches on the ones we love the most."


"And even if I die in the act, that death will be a glory. I'll lie with the one I love and loved by him --"


"I'd never welcome you in the labor, not with me. So, do as you like, whatever suits you best -- I'll bury him myself."


"If you say so, you will make me hate you, and the hatred of the dead, by all rights, will haunt you night and day."


"No, he has no right to keep me from my own."

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