Euripides: Medea

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Medea, written by Euripedes, is one of the most powerful and enduring of Greek tragedies, masterfully portraying the fierce motives driving Medea's pursuit of vengeance for her husband's insult and betrayal. This classic play tells the tragic story of Medea, who had helped Jason in his quest, became his wife, gave him two sons, and feels betrayed since he is marrying the daughter of the ruler of C...

Paperback: 58 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 10, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1453626050
ISBN-13: 978-1453626054
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.1 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 2462538
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on has come to the conclusion that this is necessary to protect Medea and his sons since she is a barbarian). With horrible vengeance, Medea kills the bride and the king and then kills her two sons. Euripedes depicts how much passion and vengeance can overcome not only individuals, but those who strive to be rational. Men (and governments) can't ignore the influence of emotion, and even irrationality, on their decisions and actions, even when those actions may seem rational and just. Man has to remain flexible. Medea also shows how emotions, anger, and unbridled fury can cause a person to do stupid and irrational acts. Euripedes is undoubtedly warning Athens with respect to the war that is going on with Sparta. Medea is an absolutely riveting character, whose tragic problems are those of all women who have left their homes and families to follow men to foreign lands, only to be scorned by them in the end. The speeches of Jason and Medea are remarkable point-counterpoint presentations which reflect the deep influence of the sophists of Euripides' day. Medea sounds, at times, like a proto-feminist. She is one of the most enduring dramatic creations of all times, revealing with each line the remarkable genius of Euripides, the most modern of the three great Greek tragedians.