Medea does not walk towards her destiny, she creates it before our eyes, she is the author of her tragedy. Medea refuses the law of the gods and the law of men; she will escape the human condition by committing a monstrous crime.
A criminal as well as a magician, Medea transgresses the limits of human psychology. For love of Jason, the Greek hero who led the Argonauts to Colchis, Medea betrays her father, her kingdom, and kills her brother Absyrtos. Finally exiled to Corinth with King Creon, the couple give birth to two sons. Seneca's play begins when Medea learns of Jason's marriage to Creusa, Creon's daughter. Oscillating between pain and fury, she asserts her desire for revenge. Unlike other tragic figures, Medea refuses to accept fate, building her own destiny before our very eyes. The repudiated Medea must become legendary and only a crime beyond the human will allow this metamorphosis. Seneca makes us witness the birth of a monster.
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