contact with the robes and coronet, got poisoned and died as well. 1982 via Internet Archive. Medea, and the chorus of Corinthian women, do not believe him. Glauce has been killed by the poisoned robe, and Creon has also been killed by the poison while attempting to save her, both daughter and father dying in excruciating pain. Murray, 1931 prose Countee Cullen, 1935.
However, nothing beats Euripides ' complex Medea in my eyes!
The brutality of her fate matches the brutality of human beings and their response to change and diversity.more.
Medea (Gr: Medeia ) is a tragedy written by the ancient Greek playwright Euripides, based on the myth of Jason and Medea.
25 On November 1997 National Theatre of Greece launched a worldwide tour of Medea, a critically acclaimed production directed by Nikaiti Kontouri, starring Karyofyllia Karambeti as Medea, Kostas Triantafyllopoulos as Creon and Lazaros Georgakopoulos as Jason. In 431 the competition was among Euphorion (the son of famed playwright Aeschylus Sophocles (Euripides' main rival) and Euripides. New York Oxford University Press. Euphorion won, and Euripides placed last. 20 play Pecong, by Steve Carter, is a retelling of Medea set on a fictional Caribbean island around the turn of the 20th century The play was staged at the Wyndham's Theatre in London's West End, in a translation by Alistair Elliot. Rosemary Say (Jan 1982). Michael Walton, 2008 prose Judith Mossman (classicist), 2011 - prose Brian Vinero, 2012 verse: full text 47 Mike Bartlett, 2012 - play 48 Diane Rayor, 2013 David Stuttard, 2014 prose 49 Alan Chriztopher.