anonymous
  • anonymous
I'll medal and fan Read the lines from the argument between Haimon and Creon: Creon: You'll never marry her while she lives. Haimon: Then she must die.—But her death will cause another. What plot event do Haimon's words foreshadow? A. the play's exposition B. the play's resolution C. the play's climax D. the play's complicating incident Thanks :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It is either D or C because it seems like Haimon is saying that another person will die if she dies.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@linksonic1 thanks! i think its C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay I was not sure if the play already reached climax that's why

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anonymous
  • anonymous
im guessing a but i could be wrong...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Was it C?

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