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Which lines from the Prologue (the opening scene between Antigone and Ismene) reveal one of the main conflicts of the play?
"There's nothing, no pain -- our lives are pain -- no private shame, no public disgrace, nothing I haven't seen in your griefs and mine."
"I know nothing more, whether our luck's improved or ruin's still to come."
"Our own brothers' burial! Hasn't Creon graced one with all the rites, disgraced the other?"
"What? You'd bury him -- when a law forbids the city?"
"You'll soon show what you are, worth your breeding, Ismene, or a coward--"