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Which of the following lines from Antigone shows a result of Creon's change in fortune, or his peripeteia?

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    choices SECOND MESSENGER: Thy [Creon’s] wife, the mother of thy dead son here, Lies stricken by a fresh inflicted blow. CHORUS: I have no comfort. What he saith, Portends no other thing than death. CREON: Therefore, my guards who let her [Antigone] stay Shall smart full sore for their delay. CREON: What, would you [the Chorus] have us at our age be schooled, Lessoned in prudence by a beardless boy [Haemon]?

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