Re-read the following comment from Creon to the chorus in Scene I of this drama. What can you infer about Creon's motivation for making this statement?
"I am aware, of course, that no ruler can expect complete loyalty from his subjects until he has been tested in office."
A) He is worried that no one trusts him.
B) He has no clear concept of government.
C) He wants Antigone to test his governing skills.
D) He must reassure the chorus about Eteocles.