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They're both mad, I tell you, the two of them. One's just shown it, the other's been that way since she was born.

What does Creon mean by this statement?


He thinks Ismene has gone insane recently while Antigone was born crazy.


He thinks the trauma of the curse has finally driven the women of the family mad.


He thinks the sisters have inherited the curse of family madness.


He thinks Antigone's actions and impending execution have stressed Ismene to the point of insanity.


He thinks Antigone's insanity came from being born to her own grandmother/mother and brother/father whereas Ismene's insanity has sprouted from the recent family trauma.

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