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Which lines BEST demonstrate the Ancient Greek disdain for women?

Select ALL that apply.

A

"While I am alive, no woman is going to lord it over me."

B

"A worthless woman for my son? It repels me."

C

"Don't even mention her — she no longer exists."

D

Ismene: You'd kill your own son's bride?
Creon: Absolutely: there are other fields to plow.

E

"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."

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