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Medea, Pursuasive Essay
I am here today, to show you that the prisoner Medea, who now stands before you, is guilty of the crimes she has been accused of. These crimes didn't serve a purpose; they only satisfied the burning rage in her heart. So, now I call upon you, men of Corinth. To decide whether Medea's acts where justiful.
First, the women of Corinth thought she was dangerous. Even by looking in her eyes, you could see the occult forces behind her wickedness. The loyal King Creon, had no choice, but to banish Medea from Corinth forever. Jason once said, 'Medea was given the benefit to speak as an equal wi…
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