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Essay | The Tragedy of Medea

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The Tragedy of Medea

Summary: Examines the complex nature of ancient Greek tragedies. Describes how they were complex studies of the nature of human beings in conflict with themselves, with society, and with the gods. Details how the tragic play Medea fulfills all those requirements.
How we as humans always find a way to create conflict, is beyond me. It seems that conflict is inevitable, whether it's with yourself, or someone else, but it is comforting to realize that it has been like this for quite some time. Ancient Greek Tragedy proves this point. In all Greek tragedies, it was said that they were "complex studies of the nature of human beings in conflict with themselves, with society, and with the gods." Let's take the tragedy Medea, and pin point some ideas and conflicts, to further prove the idea of the never-ending cycle of conflict in human nature.

To be in conflict with yourself, isn't exactly a good place to be. You're constantly contradicting yourself, your ideas and opinions seem invalid, because you are constantly flip flopping, so no one believes you. Because no one believes you, that frustrates you even...

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This section contains 684 words
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