Hopman On Medea

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Hopman analyses the story as a whole, believing that because of Medea’s revenge leaves it to venture into the tragic genre. She goes on to explain why she killed her children and the princess, going into details about the conversation Jason and Medea had after Creon talked to Medea. This source will help explain and prove some background information about the reasons Medea chose to kill the princess and her two children the way she did and why, as she had helped Jason b destroying her life, he, might have felt his ego being hurt, believed he could have done it without her help. This source is a scholarly journal from Northwestern University, leaving very useful credibility information on my writings of the story.
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