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Creon is blinded by prejudice throughout the play. Which of the following lines encapsulate his various prejudices?

Select ALL that apply.

A

"What? The city is the king's--that's the law!"

B

"Never at my hand will the traitor be honored above the patriot."

C

"Death is the price -- you're right. But all too often the mere hope of money has ruined many men."

D

"Better to fall from power, if fall we must, at the hands of a man -- never rated inferior to a woman, never."

E

"I now possess the throne and all its powers."

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