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Stop -- before you make me choke with anger -- the gods! You, you're senile, must you be insane? You say -- why it's intolerable -- say the gods could have the slightest concern for that corpse?

What does Creon's reaction to the Chorus' suggestion reveal about his character?


He is cautious when making decisions and open to wise advice.


He is an atheist with no time for fictitious gods.


He believes himself infallible.


While he believes in the gods, Creon has no use for their laws or decrees.


He struggles to balance his own desires with divine law.

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