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24 June, 04:05

3. "Haemon: No city is property of a single man.

Creon: But custom gives possession to the ruler.

Haemon: You'd rule a desert beautifully alone."

In reference to the play (why was this said in the play?) :

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  1. 24 June, 04:39
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    Haemon trying to dissuade Creon from executing Antigone

    Explanation:

    Here, Haemon explains to his father that sometimes, it is important to relax the rules a little bit. Haemon retorts by saying that rules must be followed, and Haemon uses this argument, where Creon's subjects leave him, to try to convince his father. However, it does not work.
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