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What is the function of the prologue in Sophocles' Antigone?

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  • What is the function of the prologue in Sophocles' Antigone?


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Anonymous42195 | 01/12 2014 21:40
a. to comment on what has happened in a scene b. to allow one character to respond to another c. to develop the plot through action and dialogue d. to introduce the play and provide background
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