Friday, March 22, 2019

Medea Critical Lens Essay --

The play Medea, written by Euripides is a certain genuine of the Greek era. The plot revolves around a woman who is divorced by her husband for an opposite woman, Glauce, daughter of King Creon of Corinth and power. This causes her to become enraged and rope on vengeance. In the play she states, The glory of ones spirit is to be generous with ones friends and merciless with ones enemies. She then goes on to destroy those around her, and to further destroy the burnish of a life she had. This statement hold truth, and is relative to the Golden command that states, One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself. Medea is face that one should do good for their friends and should treat their enemies as one would be expected to be treated without mercy. This is shown in King Creon of Corinths actions towards the other characters in the play, as well as in the actions of To Kill a Mockingbirds Arthur Radley. King Creon and Arthur Radley both show a omit of mercy to wards their enemies and show kindness towards their family and/or acquaintances. King Creon is introdu...

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