Medea - Study Guide Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Jason comes in, commenting to Medea on how hopeless it is to deal with someone as stubborn and as outspoken as she is. He reminds her that she's lucky she's only being punished with exile for threatening Creon - the implication is that most people would be executed. He tells her that he's always tried to intercede with Creon on her behalf and then says he's agreed to provide support for her and the children while they're in exile. Medea says she's glad to see him because she can vent her anger at him in person, and then she speaks at furious length about how she saved his life, killed for him and left her home for him only to have him betray her with another woman. She tells him she cannot trust him but has no choice, since she needs to provide for her children. She...

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