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Antigone is independent.
"A specious pretext. I will go alone
To lap my dearest brother in the grave."
"No, save thyself; I grudge not thy escape."
Antigone is determined.
"I urge no more; nay, wert thou willing still,
I would not welcome such a fellowship.
Go thine own way; myself will bury him.
How sweet to die in such employ, to rest,--
Sister and brother linked in love's embrace--
A sinless sinner, banned awhile on earth,
But by the dead commended; and with them
I shall abide for ever. As for thee,
Scorn, if thou wilt, the eternal laws of Heaven."