Medea - Study Guide Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Jason comes in, prepared to listen to what Medea has to say. Medea begs him to forgive her, saying that she's realized she's been a fool. She states that Jason was in fact doing the best thing for their children and that she should be helping Jason plan his new marriage. She says she was just being a foolish woman, adds that she knows better now and then calls for the children to come out and "[make] friends with him who loves us." The children come out, accompanied by the Tutor. Medea takes the children's hands. As she's putting their hands in Jason's, she finds herself overcome with tears, which she says are the result of suddenly imagining the children at the end of their long lives reaching out for heaven.

Jason says it's only natural for a woman in Medea's situation to be angry...

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