"The gifts of a bad man bring no good with them." Medea. 618.
"Moderation, the noblest gift of Heaven." Medea, 636.
"I know, indeed, the evil of that I purpose; but my inclination gets the better of my judgment." Medea, 1078.Read Medea
Euripides, third of the great Greek tragedians, was born c. 484 B.C. in Salamis, and died 406 B.C. in Macedonia. For more on Euripides' life and contributions to drama, see Euripides feature.
Context of Medea's actions in the Euripides tragedy Medea.
Read Euripides' plays online.
Review of Ted Hughes' Adaptation of Euripides' Alcestis
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