In "Antigone," what does Antigone tell us is her only regret? scene 4
In "Antigone," what does Antigone tell us is her only regret?
Antigone's one expressed regret seems to be that she will not be able to marry Haemon and be a wife and mother. Even though this makes her sad, she still will not repent of what she did by burying her brother because she believes she was following the will of the gods:
"For Death who puts to sleep both young and old
Hales my young life,
And beckons me to Acheron's...
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