Treatment Of Women In Medea By Euripides

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In most Greek cities, women had less rights and less freedom than men. In the boldly masculine world of ancient Greece, only males was educated and allowed to vote. Women were the targets of various belligerent ideas; they were poisoning creatures and the inferior personation of men. They weren’t vital to society and what’s more surprising is “Medea” was written by a male, Euripides. He felt very sympathetic towards women and thought that they should be treated fairly. Euripides was the youngest of the three greatest tragedian of all time and mainly because his plays dealt with personal and social issues of the time. He revealed the socials evils of the society he lived in through his plays.His amazing talent was is showing the individual
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