I just stumbled on this translation of Antigone by F. L. Lucas where it says:
Wonders there are many, but there is no wonder wilder than man - Man who makes the winds of winter bear him, Through the trough of waves that tower about him, across grey wastes of sea; Man who wearies the Untiring, the Immortal - Earth, eldest of the Gods, as year by year, His plough teams come and go. The care-free bands of birds, Beasts of the wild, tribes of the sea, In netted tolles he takes, The Subtle One
Does someone know in which act / scene this is?
Thanks in advance :)