Analysis Of Madea's Revenge In Euripides Medea

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I chose a quote written by Shakespeare because it portrays revenge of Madea in a very clear manner. Shakespeare describes Madea’s revenge indirectly through his words. “ Vengeance is in my heart, death is in my head, blood and revenge are hammering my head.” – Aaron, Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare, 1588. Medea is a tragedy of a woman who feels that her husband has betrayed her with another woman and the jealousy that engrosses her. She is the principle who provokes sympathy because of how her desperate she is. Her emotions start of as anger, then cold and conspiring. “He let me stay one day, 
 a day when I'll turn three of my enemies
 to corpses—father, daughter, and my husband.” Cited from line 441, Madea. This quote shows madea’s Vengeance…show more content…
"A man's role was to "help his friends and harm his enemies."(Users globalnet) Medea offered to help her friend King Aigeus become childless in exchange for helping her get away. She will harm anyone who gets in her way. It is the children who bring about this reversal.” Cited from "The Character Medea's Revenge in Euripides' Medea." 123HelpMe.com. 17 Oct 2015. By choosing revenge to take part in a women’s point of view says a lot about past Greek times. Euripides choice of women support characters such as the Nurse and the chorus is imperative to the magnification…show more content…
In Titus Andronicus, Titus sacrifices a child’s life for his own dead sons. This shows that in both plays a psychotic character chooses death and hatred over any other sensible act. Titus expresses how blood and revenge are the only two things he focuses on in the play, just like Madea. Madea seeks revenge on Jason and kills her children including Jason’s new royalty bride. She goes through with the act of killing Jason's new bride - Medea's children bring her a poisoned gown, which also ends up killing the King of Corinth. - And then faces the tough act of murdering her own children who she loves dearly. She does the awful deed and refuses to allow Jason access to their bodies to bury them or the ability to say goodbye to them, “For I'll send the children to her with

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