Passion Gone Too Far in Medea
Passion Gone too Far in Medea
Passion is any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling and is not limited to just feelings of love, but also, feelings of hate (“Passion” def.1). In Euripides's, Medea, there is a suggestion that revenge may, sometimes, be justified (Hopman 155). However, when revenge leads to loss of life, others would argue that passion has gone too far (Robertson XVI - XVII).
In Euripides’s play, Medea, “a woman betrayed by Jason -- her husband of 10 years, a man she had...
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