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The character of Medea is the main wrench that Euripides throws into Aristotle's description of tragedy. Aristotle's idea of the tragic hero demanded a change of experience and fortune that entails unmerited suffering on the part of the character and a fearful viewing of events on behalf of the audience.
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In “Medea”, the title character is a princess who is taken as the hero Jason’s wife. They have lived happily and blissfully for several years in Corinth and have begotten two sons. However, Jason suddenlly decides to marry the princess of Corinth, casting Medea aside.