"Medea" is known as one of the greatest writing of Euripides. The story of this piece of literature by Euripides is much related to the myth of Argonauts. The main character is enchantress Medea who is the offspring of the monarch. The heroine met Jason and loved him. Trying to help her beloved, she went away from her home and stole the Golden Fleece from his father to Jason. To her apprehension, Medea reveals that her beloved thinks about leaving her and marrying the princess, in order to get the throne of the kingdom of Corinthian. Medea outraged deft away the reasons of her spouse, who tries to persuade her that marriage to the princess is a chance for their little sons to be princes, beneficiary of the kingdom.
Medea wants revenge Jason and the princess, who destroys her life, sending her with her offsprings poisoned outfit. She made a decision to murder her children because, they are the reason he enters into a new marriage.
Medea makes it, thinking that everyone can do as it dictated by his personal passion. In Euripides' tragedy presents the main idea of sophistical idea that personality is the part of everything.
How deep psychologist Euripides could show a storm that was in the soul of Medea, planning to commit the horrible crime. As always, he does not only show the passion, but spends their deep analysis. In Medea struggling there are two emotions: love and jealousy, a passion and a sense of duty. Jealousy tells her one decision – to murder children, but mother’s love makes her throws a terrible idea and makes a plan - to go away from Corinth with sons. The hard struggle between anger and sense of duty is shown by Euripides with great skill. She decided to keep their lives and go into banishment.
As if involuntarily by the words "the last laugh" Euripides gives a hint that the recesses of the heroine’s soul matured another terrible decision - to murder the children. But Medea, touched by their kind, was trying to convince herself to give up creepy intentions, dictated by frantic jealousy, but jealousy and wounded pride take precedence over the mother's feelings. And a minute later in front of us there is again the mother who convinces herself to drop the plan.
Unhappy Medea caresses her children, but realizes that killing is impending: Euripides shows the human soul that is tormented by the struggle between passion and duty. Analyzing this unvarnished conflict, the amazing writing tells that a passion is able to get the best of related attachments and destroys the human personality.
"Medea" is known as one of the greatest writing of Euripides. The story of this piece of literature by Euripides is much related to the myth of Argonauts. The main character is enchantress Medea who is the offspring of the monarch. The heroine met Jason and loved him. Trying to help her beloved, she went away from her home and stole the Golden Fleece from his father to Jason.