Quotes from Sophocles’ “Antigone”

“Only a fool could be in love with death.”

“All too often the mere hope of money has ruined many men.”

“Your dying drags me down to death alive.”

“Death longs for the same rites for all.”

“Disasters sent by the gods cut short our follies in a flash.”

“Of all the ills afflicting men the worst is lack of judgment.”

 

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