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Which of Creon's lines characterize him as rash and quick to anger?

Select ALL that apply.

A

"Good riddance. Rest assured, he'll never save those two young girls from death."

B

"Now, by heaven, I promise you, you'll pay — taunting, insulting me! Bring her out, that hateful — she'll die now, here, in front of his eyes, beside her groom!"

C

"No, not her, the one whose hands are clean; you're quite right."

D

CREON: I owe you a great deal, I swear to that.
TIRESIAS: Then reflect, my son: you are poised once more, on the razor-edge of fate.
CREON: What is it? I shudder to hear you.

E

TIRESIAS: You are the one who's sick, Creon, sick to death.
CREON: I am in no mood to trade insults with a seer.
TIRESIAS: You have already, calling my prophecies a lie.
CREON:Why not? You and the whole breed of seers are mad for money!

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