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Euripides' Medea Analytical Text Response

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A text response essay in consideration to the prompt of 'How does Euripides use the play Medea to ensure that the audience becomes more critical of Ancient Greek society?' In following this style of response, I was able to achieve a 29/30 in my assessment. To use this document effectively, it would be best to observe the language and choices of textual evidence that is supported by thorough analysis of both the reader effect and authorial intention.

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Greek mythology Women and death Argonauts Medea Ancient Greek theatre Euripides Jason Creon Tragedy Deus ex machina
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Greek mythology Women and death Argonauts Medea Ancient Greek theatre Euripides Jason Creon Tragedy Deus ex machina
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Euripides displays the allocated gender roles and expectations that govern the lives of many individuals, a flaw that contemporary readers would indeed challenge. Similarly, the obsessive attitude towards the qualities of pride, honour and reputation that were significant values in a Greek civilisation are depicted to be the motives for a series of malicious acts that would ultimately contribute to “deaths and disasters”. In spite of this, Euripides also uses his play as an opportunity to highlight the customary practices within Greece, specifically through the approach towards marriage and religious beliefs. The daily lives of th...
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