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Hubris affects the plot of Sophocles's Antigone mainly through the character of Creon. Which lines in this excerpt from the play highlight the nature of his hubris? TEIRESIAS: And wronged the nether gods by leaving here A corpse unlaved, unwept, unsepulchered. Herein thou hast no part, nor e'en the gods In heaven; and thou usurp'st a power not thine. For this the avenging spirits of Heaven and Hell Who dog the steps of sin are on thy trail: What these have suffered thou shalt suffer too. And now, consider whether bought by gold I prophesy.

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