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Antigone Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3 Summary

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Part 3 Summary

The Nurse returns with coffee and toast. Antigone refuses the toast but as she sips the coffee, she asks the Nurse to treat her dog well: to not scold her and to talk to her as if she were a real person. The Nurse agrees to this and then Antigone tells her that if the dog keeps waiting by the door for someone to come in, she should be merciful and have the dog put down. As the Nurse wonders what's wrong, Haemon appears.

Antigone dismisses the Nurse and runs into Haemon's arms, apologizing for the quarrel they had the night before. Haemon smiles and tells her she's already been forgiven. She asks him to hold her and tell her that it's really her that he loves. She compares herself to Ismene and confesses that she truly longs to belong to him. He reassures her that he...

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