Comparisson and Contrast of Medea, Phaedra, and Dido. The things these women do to reveal the way Greeks and Romans understood women.
In the Ancient World, women were not portrayed as they are today in modern literary works; women usually played controversial roles where their actions ranged from killing their own family to destroying their own town. Women in ancient Greek plays and Roman stories did not posses the social standing that we naturally think of today, many times their only power was to strike back when they were hurt. Medea, Phaedra, and Dido, admirable or dangerous, are among the most complex literary characters of any period.
Medea, of Euripides' play Medea, represents the destructive quality of possessi…
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