Pelias

Medea Guilty Without a Doubt
Medea Guilty Without a Doubt
Medea: Guilty Without a Doubt In Medea, the Greek tragedy by Euripides, the main character Medea, kills a princess, her father, and her own two children. In this situation, guilt and innocence can be disputed. In society we see many cases of evil crimes such as children killing parents, wives killing husbands, and so on. In some of these cases the justice system decides not to punish the people who commit the crimes. Two main reasons this happens is because of insanity and self defense. These c
Character Analysis of Medea
Character Analysis of Medea
Character Analysis of Medea Tim Oleksiak 13 October 1998 ENGLISH 253 Medea was a devotee of the goddess Hecate, and one of the great sorceresses of the ancient world. She was the daughter of King Aeetes of Colchis, and the granddaughter of Helios, the sun god. King Aeetesí most valuable possession was a golden ramís fleece. When Jason and the crew of the Argo arrived at Colchis seeking the Golden Fleece, Aeetes was unwilling to relinquish it and set Jason a series of seemingly impossible tasks a