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Medea

Medea

by Euripides

Women and Femininity Quotes

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Quote #10

Jason: You think it right to murder
just for a thwarted bed.
Medea: And do you think that a thwarted bed
is trifling to a woman? (212-213)

In Greek society women mostly only had power through their husbands. The loss of his bed would've been bad news.

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