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Listen! With a louder noise this one crashes down unspeakably,  hurled by Zeus! The hair of my head stands up for fear, my soul is dismayed; for again the lightning flashes in the sky. What end will it release?  I fear it, for never does it fly forth in vain, or without serious results. O great Sky! O Zeus! Oedipus
Children, the appointed end of life has reached this man; he can turn from it no more. Antigone
How do you know? By what means do you understand this? Oedipus
 I know it well. But let some one go, I pray you, as quickly as he can, and bring back the lord of this land.
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