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What do these lines from Sophocles's Antigone tell us about Antigone's character?

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    ANTIGONE: And yet good hope is mine that I shall find A welcome from my sire, a welcome too, From thee, my mother, and my brother dear; From with these hands, I laved and decked your limbs In death, and poured libations on your grave. And last, my Polyneices, unto thee I paid due rites, and this my recompense! Yet am I justified in wisdom's eyes. For even had it been some child of mine, Or husband mouldering in death's decay, I had not wrought this deed despite the State. She places her family above everything else. She's proud of her family's name and history. She fondly remembers burying her loved ones. She wants a noble death as her family members had. She's sad that she'll never have a husband or child.

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