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In Episode 3, Haemon makes the following statement about his father: "You've seen trees by a raging winter torrent, how many sway with the flood and salvage every twig, but not the stubborn — they're ripped out, roots and all. Bend or break."

Which of the following lines are a comparable description of Creon's foil, Antigone?

A

"That's right — so let her cry for mercy, sing her hymns to Zeus who defends all bonds of kindred blood."

B

"Like father like daughter, passionate, wild... she hasn't learned to bend before adversity."

C

"And she cried out a sharp, piercing cry, like a bird come back to an empty nest, peering into its bed, and all the babies gone..."

D

"But once she'd done it — the insolence, twice over — to glory in it, laughing, mocking us to our face with what she'd done."

E

"...even the bravest will cut and run, once they see Death coming for their lives."

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