Why is Creon upset at the opening of scene2?
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Creon is angry because Oedipus has accsed Creon of plotting to kill him. Creon enters, having heard the king accused him of wrongdoing. Oedipus enters and further indicts him as the murderer himself, guilty of crafting a plot against him. Creon mocks Oedipus as “obstinacy without wisdom” .