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Medea, from the Greek mythology, was the daughter of King named Aeetes of Colchis, Niece of Circe as well as the wife of Jason. It is known in many Greek stories as the enchantress who would turn into the subject of this tragedy by Euripides. The Euripides version actually differentiates itself from other tellings because it never depicts Medea is the crazy person who murdered her children but as the distressed and furious wife who is distress at Jason for leaving her for marrying a princess.
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The amazing storyline of this book makes it one of the top books.
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It is one of the most enduring and powerful Greek tragedies.
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This book is not suitable for readers who look for smooth and soft stories