Medea- Explain how Medeas hate for Jsaon and Glause motivate her actions and lead to her eventual downfall.
<Tab/>In many works of literature, the behavior of a character or group of characters is motivated by emotion. In Euripides' drama Medea, Medea is motivated by hate. Her hate causes her to do many hurtful things to Jason and Glause. Throughout the story Medea suffers the consequences of her actions and her actions have an overall effect on Medea.
<Tab/>Throughout Medea, Medea's actions take place because she is motivated by hate for not only Jason, but his fianc&eacute;e as well. Because Jason arranged a marriage between a princess and himself, Medea did…
- Medea- Explain how Medeas hate for Jsaon and Glause motivate her actions and lead to her eventual downfall.
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