Medea

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AUTHOR
Kerry Greenwood
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7,16 MB
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Medea.pdf
ISBN
2747213240377

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Sorceress, Princess of Colchis, Securer of the Golden Fleece. Her very name is a byword for infamy. Legend has it that she murdered her own children for revenge. But love in Ancient Greece was often a dangerous game; and legends are not always what they seem. Medea, devoted wife of Jason, was also a loving mother, a loyal friend of Herakles and a brave adventurer with the Argonauts. A woman both betrayer and betrayed, the real story of Medea is strange, sensual and heroic. Medea - first in the Delphic Women trilogy - followed by Cassandra and Electra

The play is an exploration of the roles of men and women ... Medea is a fabula crepidata (Roman tragedy with Greek subject) of about 1027 lines of verse written by Seneca.It is generally considered to be the strongest of his earlier plays. It was written around 50 CE.

The events of Medea take place in a male-dominated society, a society that allows Jason and Creon to casually and brutally shunt Medea aside. The play is an exploration of the roles of men and women ... Medea is a fabula crepidata (Roman tragedy with Greek subject) of about 1027 lines of verse written by Seneca.It is generally considered to be the strongest of his earlier plays.

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