does Medea need to kill her children?
the turning point of her decision in your essay
Medea needs to kill her children because she decides is the only way
to completely devastate Jason to get her revenge.
Medea looks into her children's eyes
and decides they look like Jason's eyes. She says “They are his
cubs. They have his blood. As long as they live I shall be mixed
with him” this is the moment that Medea decides to kill them.
Medea doesn't want to hurt Jason. She
wants to completely destroy him. Earlier in the book. She decides
that if his new bride is killed, he will be hurt but at least he can
look on his two little sons and say all is not lost. She decided if
she kills his wife and his sons that he will have nothing.
Medea needs to kill their children to
show Jason that she is strong, and the winner in their fight. She
knows that she has a winged chariot to escape. Once the deed is
done. So she really has very little to lose. Medea is a strong
woman, and Jason should have known what he was getting into when he
married her. She did murder quite a few people before they even got
to his homeland.
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