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Medea Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 7 Summary

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Part 7 Summary

Jason rushes in, asking the Chorus whether Medea is still in the house or whether she's come out. He says that she'll have to hide in either heaven or hell to escape vengeance for what she did to Creon and the princess. He adds that he's come to take the children away to protect them from those who wish to harm them because of Medea. The Chorus reluctantly tells him that Medea has killed the children. Jason reacts with shock and prepares to run into the house to see for himself.

Medea appears above "in a chariot drawn by dragons." She has the bodies of the children with her and calls out to Jason that he can't touch her now. Her grandfather, the sun god, has given her the chariot. Jason describes Medea as hateful and loathed by the gods and all humanity, tells her...

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