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" Wherever the strength of a man's intellect, or moral sense, or affection brings him into opposition with the rules which society has sanctioned, there is renewed the conflict between Antigone and Creon; such a man must not only dare to be right, he must... "
Gods and Heroes of the Greeks: The Library of Apollodorus - Sivu 165
tekijä(t) Apol·lodor (d'Atenes), Apollodorus, Apollodorus Atheniensis - 1976 - 311 sivua
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Greatness Engendered: George Eliot and Virginia Woolf

Alison Booth - 1992 - 311 sivua
...which society has sanctioned, there is renewed the conflict between Antigone and Creon; such a man must not only dare to be right, he must also dare...yet he can never earn the name of a blameless martyr any more than the society — the Creon he has defied, can be branded as a hypocritical tyrant. (265)...
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George Eliot and the Politics of National Inheritance

Bernard Semmel - 1994 - 176 sivua
...unreservedly so. For, as she had observed in her 1856 essay, "[S]uch a man [as the woman Antigone] must not only dare to be right, he must also dare to be wrong—to shake faith, to wound friendship, perhaps, to hem in his own powers." "Like Antigone," she...
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Perspectives on Self and Community in George Eliot: Dorothea's Window

Patricia Gately, Norman Dennis Leavens, D. Cole Woodcox - 1997 - 283 sivua
...which society has sanctioned, there is renewed the conflict between Antigone and Creon; such a man nust not only dare to be right, he must also dare to be wrong" (366). Lydgate can serve here as an exemplary character. He appears at a time of transition in Middlemarch,...
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