Medea is a tragedy of the great Greek playwright Euripides (480-406 BC). The royal daughter of Medea loves her husband Jason so much that for his sake he goes to crimes against his own father and brother. But Jason betrays Medea and she begins to revenge viciously. Other works of Euripides, which have survived to this day, are "Hippolytus", "Heraclides", "Hecuba", "Andromache", "Begging", "Alcesta", "Death Polixena", "Hercules", "Trojans." The authority of Euripides in the world literature is undeniable. His tragedies hundreds of years later imitated many famous playwrights. His immortal works are translated into different languages ??of the world.
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