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Sophocles' OEDIPUS AT COLONUS Complete

Translated by F. Storr. From the Loeb Library Edition, Originally published by Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA and William Heinemann Ltd, London. First published in 1912.

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Oedipus: Guide these dark steps and seat me there secure.

Antigone: If time can teach, I need not to be told.

Oedipus: Say, prithee, if thou knowest, where we are.

Antigone: Athens I recognize, but not the spot.

Oedipus: That much we heard from every wayfarer.

Antigone: Shall I go on and ask about the place?

Oedipus: Yes, daughter, if it be inhabited.

Antigone: Sure there are habitations; but no need
To leave thee; yonder is a man hard by.

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