Antigone

8. As he is led into the building at the end of the play, on what does Creon blame his suffering?

A.

on the curse that affects Oedipus's house "generation after generation"

B.

on a prophet who speaks of a house "full of men and women weeping"

C.

on a god that has "driven me headlong" toward doom

D.

on his fear of anarchy and "crimes kept in the dark"

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C.

on a god that has "driven me headlong" toward doom