Medea is a story about a Barbarian woman in Greece, who, feeling unloved and alienated from Greek society, wreaks havoc on her husband for cheating on her by murdering their own two children. Animal imagery does not occur very frequently but is used by Euripides…
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Before Medea's house in Corinth
Medea, Nurse, Tutor, Aegeus, Creon, Jason, Messenger, Medea's two children
The main themes in Medea are revenge, passion, gender, and power.
The play is centerned on Medea's deliberate desire for revenge against her unfaithful husband.