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Surname 1NameProfessorCourseDateReflection Essay- Medea by EuripidesIn the end, Medea murders Glauce, Jason’s new wife and the daughter of King Creon through a poisoned Golden robe. The King also gets entangled in the poisoned rob and dies as hetries to help his daughter. After she murders Glauce and her father, she goes on to kill her children, who she had sent to take to Glauce the golden robe as a gift, knowing that she would not resist wearing it. The reason she wants to kill Glauce and her father is that Jason has abandoned her and married Glauce, the daughter of King Creon of Corinth. Medea reminds Jason of how she has helped him, including slaying the dragon that held the Fleece to help him toget it. However, Jason refuses to be moved by her words, choosing to get married to a royal princess so that he can secure financial freedom. Medea kills her children both as revenge againstJason and so that she can save them from Creon’s and Jason’s families’ retribution.

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