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Which line from Antigone's final lament starting at line 978 describes what she MOST grieves?

A

"I, the last of them all, the most reviled by far, go down before my destined time's run out."

B

"Never, I tell you, if I had been the mother of children, or if my husband died, exposed and rotting -- I'd never have taken this ordeal upon myself, never defied our people's will."

C

"And now he leads me off, a captive in his hands, with no part in the bridal-song, the bridal-bed, denied all joy of marriage, raising children -- deserted so by loved ones, struck by fate, I descend alive to the caverns of the dead."

D

"Whom to call, what comrades now? Just think, my reverence only brands me for irreverence!"

E

"...if this is the pleasure of the gods, once I suffer I will know that I was wrong."

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