2019
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2019.07.002
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Evaggelia Kiosi

Abstract: Mήδεια (Medea), the tragedy written by Euripides (431 BC), refers to the story of a woman who seduced by her love for Jason, left her hometown of Colchis, and flew with him to Greece. Jason then betrayed Medea and got married with the daughter of Creon, King of Corinth. Medea, in order to get revenge, killed both Jason's bride and his father-in-law, and then, after slaughtering her own children, she left to Athens. The approach of Medea's personality, as a subject of this paper, takes place in the light of the…

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