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(1.3.803-807) Medea thinks that doing to Jason what he has done to her will make her feel better. She leaves Jason with no one. By killing her sons, there is no one left to carry on his name. Euripides brings up the theme of women's rights and the role of women is society...
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Euripides shows that not only men are powerful, but women are too. Medea is portrayed as a powerful, feared woman in Corinth. Creon is afraid of Medea; that is the reason for her banishment from Corinth. "Fear: no need to camouflage the fact,"(1.1.283-284)...
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