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- "-*& Antigone SOPHOCLES. (Translated by Dudtey Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald)
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Embed Size px x x x x Before the palace of Oedipus, King of Thebes. A central door and two lateral doors open onto a platform which runs the length of the facade. On the platform, right and left, are altars; and three steps lead down into the "orchestra," or chorus-ground. At the beginning of the action these steps are crowded by suppliants who have brought branches and chaplets of olive leaves and who lie in various attitudes of despair.
The breath of incense rises from the city With a sound of prayer and lamentation. Children, I would not have you speak through messengers, And therefore I have come myself to hear you I, Oedipus, who bear the famous name. O powerful King of Thebes! You see how all the ages of our people Cling to your altar steps: here are boys Who can barely stand alone, and here are priests By weight of age, as I am a priest of God, And young men chosen from those vet unmarried; As for the others.
Your own eyes Must tell you, Thebes is tossed on a murdering sea And can not lift her head from the death surge. A rust consumes the buds and fruits of the earth; The herds are sick: children die unborn, And labor is vain.
The god of plague and pyre Raids like detestable lightning through the city, And all the house of Kadmos is laid waste, All emptied, and all darkened: Death alone Battens upon the misery of Thebes.
You are not one of the immortal gods, we know; Yet we have come to you to make our prayer As to the man surest in mortal ways And wisest in the ways of God. You saved us From the Sphinx, that flinty singer, and the tribute We paid to her so long; vet you were never Better informed than we, nor could we teach you: It was some god breathed in you to set us free. Therefore, O mighty King, we turn to you: Find us our safety, find us a remedy, Whether by counsel of the gods or men.
A king of wisdom tested in the past Can act in a time of troubles, and act well. Noblest of men, restore Life to your city! Think how all men call you Liberator for your triumph long ago; Ah, when your years of kingship are remembered, Let them not say We rose. Once, years ago, with happy augury, You brought us fortune; be the same again! No man questions your power to rule the land: But rule over men, not over a dead city!
Ships are only hulls, citadels are nothing, When no life moves in the empty passageways. You may be sure I know All that you longed for in your coming here. I know that you are deathly sick; and yet. Sick as you are, not one is as sick as 1. Each of you suffers in himself alone His anguish, not another's; but my spirit Groans for the city, for myself, for you. I was not sleeping, you are not waking me. No, I have been in tears for a long while And in my restless thought walked many ways.
In all my search, I found one helpful course, And that I have taken: I have sent Creon, Son of Menoikeus, brother of the Queen, To Delphi, Apollo's place of revelation, To learn there, if he can, What act or pledge of mine may save the city. I have counted the days, and now, this very day, I am troubled, for he has overstayed his time. What is he doing? He has been gone too long. Yet whenever he comes back, I should do ill To scant whatever duty God reveals. At this instant They tell me Creon is here.
May his news be fair as his face is radiant! I can tell you, great afflictions Will turn out well, if they are taken well. These vague words Leave me still hanging between hope and fear. I am prepared to speak, But should we not go in? It is for them I suffer, more than for myself. In plain words The god commands us to expel from the land of Thebes An old defilement we are sheltering. It is a deathly thing, beyond cure; We must not let it feed upon us longer.
How shall we rid ourselves of it? It was Murder that brought the plague-wind on the city. Surely the god has named him? Where are they? Where shall we find a clue To solve that crime, after so many years? If we make enquiry, We may touch things that otherwise escape us. He did not come home again. One may be the key To everything, if we resolve to use it. But after Laos' death New troubles arose and we had no avenger. It is most fitting that Apollo shows, As you do, this compunction for the dead.
You shall see how I stand by you, as I should,. To avenge the city and the city's god. And not as though it were for some distant friend, But for my own sake, to be rid of evil. Whoever killed King Laius mightwho knows? Decide at any moment to kill me as well By avenging the murdered king I protect myself.
Come, then, my children: leave the altar steps, Lift up your olive boughs! One of you go And summon the people of Kadmos to gather here.
I will do all that I can; you may tell them that. It was for this we came, And now the King has promised it himself. Phoibus has sent us an oracle; may he descend Himself to save us and drive out the plague. What oracle for Thebes, the sunwhipped city? Fear unjoints me, the roots of my heart tremble. Nov I remember, O Healer, your power, and wonder: Will you send doom like a sudden cloud, or weave it Like nightfall of the past?
Speak, speak to us, issue of holy sound: Dearest to our expectancy: be tender! Like three streams leap against The fires of our grief, the fires of darkness; Be swift to bring us rest! As in the old time from the brilliant house Now our afflictions have no end. Post on Apr views.
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Oedipus By AH. Lift this plague and prevent it from destroying fair Thebes! Oedipus The King, aka Oedipus Rex. How shall it be done? Creon By banishing. Oedipus the King By: ca. As the plague threatens to destroy the city Oedipus sends his brother-in-law Creon to the oracle.
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Renorynejas a playwright and greatly esteemed, Sophocles conformed to the ideal of Athenian citizenship by taking an active part in public life. He was twice elected a general and was also one of the ten special commissioners who for a time directed the city's affairs.
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