?An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas

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Within Medea, Jason attempts to do what he feels is right for his family. He even tries to justify marrying another woman for the family's own sake (Euripides 18). When it becomes clear that Medea and her children will be exiled, Jason swears that he will not abandon them; "I call the gods to witness that I wish to help you and the children in every way" (Euripides 20)...
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Despite a situation filled with animosity, Jason does strive to make the best of the situation at hand. As the play progresses, he discovers that Medea has murdered his new wife and father. Jason immediately goes to save his children from the retribution he fears will take place; "So I have come to save the lives of my boys, in case the royal house harm them while taking vengeance for their mother's wicked deed" (Euripides 42)...
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?An Analysis of Loyalty in Greek Dramas   A Formal Comparison Of Euripides' Medea And Seneca'S Medea   Antigone- theme of family loyalty   Jason And Medea   femininity in Euripides’ ‘Medea’ and Jean Rhys’ ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’.   Loyalty To Family In The Short Story "barn Burning"   Gene Brucker has argued that the ?family' constituted the basic nucleus of Florentine social life throughout the Renaissance?'How important was the family in the social relationships of Renaissance Florence?   Euripides Medea   Jason and Medea   Loyalty To Family In The Short Story "barn Burning"   Man + Woman = Family   Medea By Euripides   Medea: Jason Brings His Own Downfall   Gender Analysis Of The Family   Movies: Potatoes, The Fading Family Farm, A Time to Act for Family Farms  
 
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