She killed her parents because they were to worried about her life, and set up the scene where they were killed to lead to believe that Cathy was murdered. Cathy then changed her name and began to lead a new life. She then started to manipulate men for their money. She did this by taking pictures and using them for blackmail if the men did not pay her. Many men fell for this and in my opinion she became very powerful in a sense.
How much insane can human go when they lost everything that they loved and fight for and as a return you get betrayed. This is a tale of women who is betrayed by her own husband and considered as a tragic hero who lost everything which cannot be returned. Euripides Medea is a tragic tale of women. Medea is a woman who feels that her husband had betrayed her by marrying another woman. Medea’s heart is broke by her husband and she seeks revenge.
The dangerous billionaire had been convinced that she had killed his son Brandon, when in reality, she didn’t. But her word isn’t good enough for this prestigious man, and therefore his new life interest isn’t money, it’s her death. And this means the death of her loved ones, which she cannot bear to have happen. She considered her decision to be the only solution. But according to her, she’s really tired of running (216).
Medea, by Euripedes. The tragedy starts with Jason’s betrayal to Medea, his Barberian wife, who to revenge herself kills her own children and Glauce, new wife of Jason. In the Exodos, Jason returns to his old house in the attempt to save his boys, but he learns by the chorus that they are already dead, murdered by Medea. The scene pursues with Jason’s anger towards his ex-wife and her manifestation of pleasure in seeing his desperation is evident throughout the text. POWER : The theme of objective power – free of a subjective judgement from the reader- is largely developed throughout the Exodos.
Her parents eventually persuade her to come back and that she is no longer the homicide suspect in her ex-boyfriend Jason’s murder. It is revealed near the end that her mother, Laura, who pushed Jason off the bridge , killing him, and that he started the fight with her mother when she confronted him on his suicidal attempt on the bridge. Major social points in the novel include the seriousness of the conversations between the characters of the story. The tone of Trixie’s conversations with her dad, Daniel, set the tensity and friction between the two. One other example can also be seen in the
In the book, after Medea talks about what she will do to the princess she tells the chorus “ I will kill the children—my children. No one on this earth can save them” (Euripides 35-36). When she says “no one on this earth can save them,” she lies., because she can obviously save them. She acts as if she has no other choice but to kill her children. Her mind is so set on revenge, which is clouding her judgment.
There are many opinions and much controversy on who the real tragic hero is in Antigone. Will it be Antigone the strong and determined girl fighting for her brother,or will it be Creon her proud uncle the king of Thebes. Antigone a tragic play written by sopocles (translated by ian johnston). Antigone tells us the story of a young girl named antigone who attemps to bury her deiced brother polynices. The one problem in doing this will be the fact that her uncle the king has created a law stating if any one was to bury polyneses they will be stoned to death.
Perhaps the most engaging and stimulating technique Bierce uses in his story is the blending of fantasy-imagination and reality – the mixing of the external world, with a future consisting of only death, with Farquhar’s internal world, which cries out for life. Although it might seem like Bierce wrote this story to ultimately play a “trick” on the reader at the end, for providing a lack of distinction between the two worlds, it is apparent that Farquhar’s death is noticeable throughout the tale if the reader is able to pay attention to the clues and focus
However Death of a salesman, by Aristotle’s definition of tragedy, is only partially a tragedy. In Medea, mimesis takes place when Medea mimicked the wrongdoings of Jason and wanted to get revenge on Jason by causing him grief and agony. Immediately, Medea thinks of a plan to get revenge on Jason. This is considered mimesis because Medea forces Jason to feel the same pain she felt when Jason broke his vows. Medea used dialogue when she spoke to Aegeus and told him to “Swear by the Earth on which you tread/Swear by the Sun, my father’s father dread/Swear by every god and godhead” to protect her.
Euripides questions the Greek ideal woman and her characteristics. Euripides wrote against the norm of Ancient Greek writing when writing this play. The theme of justice verses revenge was very prominent in Medea. Medea goes to great lengths to seek revenge on her ex-husband Jason after he left her and her kids to poverty in a foreign country so that he could then get married to the King’s daughter in Corinth. Not only did Jason do that, but his soon to be father-in-law King Creon demands that Medea and her children leave at once or after she persuades him after a day.