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In Antigone by Sophocles, Antigone is aware of the deadly consequences of burying her brother Polyneices against the king’s order. Yet she goes forward with it anyway because she can’t bear to let her brother's corpse rot and serve as food for scavenging birds. What theme of the play does her action reflect? fate versus free will rebellion civil law versus morality family feuds loyalty to the state

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