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My king, there's nothing you can swear you'll never do -- second thoughts make liars of us all. (429-430)

Which theme does the Sentry introduce when he returns to Creon with Antigone as his prisoner?

A

A Sentry's job is never finished.

B

The gods clearly play games with the lives of mortals.

C

Taking an oath is an act of hubris.

D

Free will can easily be usurped by Fate.

E

Duty is more important than saving your own life.

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