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Euripides' 'Medea'
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A 5 page paper that discusses the way in which power corrupted Medea in this tragedy. This paper contends that it was not only the behavior of Jason that led Medea towards the pursuit of power, but also the determinations made by society that led her to murder her children, among others. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Medea.rtf

Euripides' 'Medea' / Character Of Jason
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A 5 page summary of the character of Jason in Euripides' novel, 'Medea.' In this ancient story we see a woman scorned by her husband and seeking revenge. Jason has essentially abandoned her and sought a new wife who will bring him social standing and wealth. He is a weak power seeking individual who is not altogether a very intelligent man. He gives Medea simple-minded excuses for his behavior. In addition to being power hungry and lacking intelligence he is shown to be a man of little wisdom. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Jasonmed.wps

Euripides' 'The Bacchae'
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A 5 page research paper which examines the behavior of the chorus in the play and the reasons behind their continued reverence for a deity who pledges brutal revenge against their ruler. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: Bacchae.wps

Lysistrata vs. Medea / A Comparison
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A 5 page comparison between the two classic Greek plays : Lysistrata (by Aristophanes) and Medea (by Euripides). Although a number of inherent similarities are pointed out, the writer defines Lysistrata as a comedy and Medea as a tragedy. One of the key differences between the two central characters was that Lysistrata -- from the very beginning -- sought to end violence. Medea, in contrast, ultimately used violence in an attempt to prove her point. No Bibliography.
Filename: Lysismed.wps

Lysistrata vs. Medea / Presentation Of Women
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This 4 page research paper compares and contrasts the presentation of women's' natures and their role in Greek society in Medea (431 B.C.) by Euripides and Lysistrata (411 B.C.) by Aristophanes. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Medlys.rtf

The Role of the Barbarian in Euripides' 'Medea'
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A five page paper looking at Euripides' classic play in terms of the way he characterizes the title character, Medea. The paper suggests that Medea is depicted as a barbarian because her unfeminine and savage behavior violated Greek norms, and Euripides' audiences would have been unable to conceive that she was anything like them. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: KBmedea1.wps

The Timelessness of Medea and Blood Wedding
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A 5 page, analytical discussion of how the themes into literary landmarks -- from two different cultures -- (Spanish and Ancient Greek) have withstood the 'tests of time' and still maintain an appeal for contemporary audiences. The two works discussed are Euripides' 'Medea' and Garcia Lorca's 'Blood Wedding' -- two thematically similar tales. No Bibliography.
Filename: Mdeablod.wps

Violence and the Gods in Homer, Sophocles, and Statius
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A nine page paper looking at the role of the gods in perpetrating the violence that occurs in the works of these three classical authors. Specific works discussed are Homer’s Iliad, Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, and Statius’ Thebiad. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: KBviol.wps.


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