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Unformatted text preview: discouraged by the tasks and Medea helped him. -- He had to plow a field of fire-breathing oxen that he had to yoke. -- Then he had to sow the teeth of dragon in the ploughed field. -- Third, he had to fight and kill the sleepless dragon that guarded the fleece. The Argo arrived at the island of Crete, guarded by the bronze man, Talus. He had one blood vessel bound shut by a bronze nail, and Medea cast a spell on him and removed it, causing him to bleed to death. Medea used sorcery on Pelias daughters that their father could get younger by chopping him to pieces in his sleep and boiling the pieces with magical herbs. The couple set out to Corinth after the death of Pelias. -- Jason fell in love with Creons daughter Creusa and married her. -- Medea, angry at this, gave her a cursed dress that would burn her and Creon burned as well trying to save his daughter....
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- Fall '08