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PinkMonkey.com-MonkeyNotes-Antigone, by Sophocles
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QUOTATION: Whenever the deity contrives misfortunes for a man,
he first harms their understanding.
QUOTATION: There is no greater evil than anarchy.
QUOTATION: Whoever lives among many evils just as I, how can dying
not be a source of gain?
QUOTATION: But the power of destiny is something awesome; neither
wealth, nor Ares, nor a tower, nor dark-hulled ships might escape it.
QUOTATION: To err is common to all mankind, but having erred he
is no longer reckless nor unblest who haven fallen into evil seeks a cure,
nor remains unmoved.
QUOTATION: Evil gains work their punishment.
QUOTATION: Heap up great wealth in your house, if you wish, and
live as a tyrant, but, if the enjoyment of these things be lacking, I
would not buy the rest for the shadow of smoke as against happiness.
QUOTATION: I have seen the impassioned curbed with a small bit.
QUOTATION: You should not consider a mans age but his acts.
QUOTATION: To many men much-wandering hope comes as a boon, but
to many others it is the deception of vain desires.
QUOTATION: Whoever thinks his friend more important than his country,
I rate him nowhere.
QUOTATION: No man loves the bearer of bad tidings.
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