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This section contains a list of reference books and articles relevant to the discussion of The Polysemous Medea. Medea has a history that is known to outsiders. Her origins are divine and she may have started her circuitous story as a goddess. She may even have been originally Greek. In Euripides' drama, she is shown to be the many things a human being is capable of, good and evil, and much that is in between; weak and powerful; loving and hating, rational and passionate.

Keywords: Euripides' drama; Medea

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