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There is something to be said about the gods in this Sophocles' Antigone. What evidence of the gods' intervention is there in the attempts of Antigone's to bury her brother? A. It started to rain heavily B. A dust storm hid Antigone C. The clouds grew thicker D. The thunder bolt hit right near the body of her brother.

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