The Three Round Argument Between Medea And Aristotle

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The Three Round Arguments

In the first argument between Medea and Jason show how loyalty she is to Jason. She was capatable to betray her family to save the love of her life, Jason. She would do innumerable things to have what she want or need to be happy without care who got hurt in the way. I also can see that she is angry at Jason because he left her to marry pricess Glauce the daugther of Creon king of Corinth.

When Jason told her that he married the princess for her and their children to give them a better life ¨ I shall show you that my action was wise, not swayed by passion, and directed towards your interest and my children¨( Medea lines 549-551). But she did not tell her about his plans before putting his plan in march.¨ One word will trow you: if you were honest, you ought first. To have won me over not married behind my back¨( lines 585-586).

In the second round of argument Medea ask Jason to go to see her. She tell him how wrong she was and he was right about his children getting a better life. She also to her children to love Jason and to forget any problem that exist between them. She manipulate Jason with her word and action. She weep for her children.She told him that the children should stay with him in the palace. Medea use her
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Medea is on the roof of the house on her way to live Corinth. There shows how evil and scaring she is, because she confess to had kill her own son ¨ Jason ! Why are you battering at these doors, seeking the dead children and me who killed them? Stop ! Be quiet¨ (line 1318-1319) She is responsible for the death of the royal family. She done it to seen Jason suffer. hse said to Jason that her actions are justify because he was the one to betray his family and that she not care what names he called her. She preffer to feel pain for the death of her children that knowing that Jason was happy ¨ But my pain´s a fair price, to take away your smile¨(line

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