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Antigone
[876] Unwept, unfriended, without marriage-song, I am led in misery on this journey that cannot be put off. No longer is it permitted me, unhappy girl, [880] to look up at this sacred eye of the burning sun. But for my fate no tear is shed, no friend moans in sorrow.

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