O exodos (1293-1414)- medea, children, jason 1 medea kills the children 2 medea puts the children in the chariot, and tells jason to say his last words 3 he tells her he wishes he had never married her, and that he want to sit by himself and mourn 4 medea doesn’t allow jason to bury his sons 5. For one, her husband, jason, has married another woman, glauke, daughter of creon the king of corinth on top of that, creon banishes medea and her two sons from corinth medea, however, is not the kind of woman to take such mistreatment lying down.
Medea outline prologue: (1-130) medea is feeling sorry for herself and the nurse starts to wonder if there is a vicious plot in medea’s mind.
Medea decides she is going to kill jason, glauce, and creon movement towards catastrophe d first stasimon (410-445) on stage- medea, 1 medea decides how she is going to kill the three 2 medea talks to the god hecate to help her kill movement towards catastrophe e second episode (446-629) on stage- jason, medea, chorus 1 jason goes to talk to medea 2. Jason, who is the very same jason as in the argonauts and the golden fleece, is also a strong person but he happens to assume a subordinate role in his relationship with medea as we will see, medea is the star of this myth. Outline jason's criticism of medea jason criticised medea as a way of convincing the chorus (women of corinth), that medea is the problem and he is only trying to do what is best jason criticised medea in many ways such as.
Medea begs her husband to ask glauke if their two sons can stay in corinth jason is moved and agrees medea gives jason a gossamer gown and a golden crown to sweeten the deal for glauke. Jason sprayed the dragon with a potion, given by medea, distilled from herbs the dragon fell asleep, and jason was able to seize the golden fleece  he then sailed away with medea. Jason's recent abandonment of that family has crushed medea emotionally, to the degree that she curses her own existence, as well as that of her two children fearing a possible plot of revenge, creon banishes medea and her children from the city. The story of medea's revenge on jason is told with devastating effect by euripides in his tragedy medea the mythical geography of the voyage of the argonauts has been connected to specific geographic locations by livio stecchini  but his theories have not been widely adopted.
Jason - jason can be considered the play's villain, though his evil stems more from weakness than strength a former adventurer, he abandons his wife, medea, in order to marry glauce, the beautiful young daughter of creon, king of corinth. Jason and medea in this play 1986 “euripides shows a remarkable grasp of the female psychology” discuss this statement with reference to the play, medea 1985 “medea in spite of her terrible crimes, still has our sympathy” discuss this statement with reference to the play, medea. Medea puts the children in the chariot, and tells jason to say his last words 3 he tells her he wishes he had never married her, and that he want to sit by himself and mourn.
Jason & medea (ml 21) – lecture outline lecture objectives: students should be able to: define terms: hellespont, golden fleece, colchis identify figures: minyae, aeetes, jason, medea, argonauts, creon, glauce/creusa give in detail the myth of jason and the argonauts know all of the obstacles jason had to conquer before he attained the fleece and what helped him with each know the story of. With the help of medea, the daughter of aeëtes, jason completes the tasks, grabs the fleece and medea, and sails back to greece a few adventures later, jason and pals are marching into iolcus with the golden fleece. View notes - jason and medea lecture outline from clt 3373 at university of south florida jason&medea(ml21)lectureoutline lectureobjectives: studentsshouldbeableto.
Medea drags the boys inside the house and kills them with a sword jason arrives too late to save his sons just as he's banging on the door to stop his wife, medea erupts into the sky in a chariot drawn by dragons. In greek mythology, medea (/ m ɪ ˈ d iː ə / greek: μήδεια, mēdeia, georgian: მედეა) is the daughter of king aeëtes of colchis, a niece of circe and the granddaughter of helios, the god of the sun, and the son of the titan hyperionmedea figures in the myth of jason and the argonauts, appearing in hesiod's theogony around 700 bc, but best known from a 3rd century bc.