Your mother is hateful.
It is a story about a woman scorned if ever there was one. The reader is introduced to Medea already seeing what kind of woman she is; she is the kind of woman who betrays her family for love, the kind that kills for love.
While in Corinth, Jason divorces Medea to marry the princess of Corinth. Is Medea Justified in Her Actions?
By killing Glauce and Creon, Medea attacks the dream Jason has had of royal cousins for their two sons — ripping apart his desires and aspirations. Furthermore, Euripides employs the use of the chorus to show that although Jason's reasoning for his "betrayal" is "plausible" and consequently understandable to the Greek audience, he is ultimately "acting wrongly in Now to find that even those in her new home mistrust her is very upsetting for Medea, when she has only committed these crimes in pursuit of the love of the man who has now betrayed her.
This sentiment is echoed by Aegeus, who lends a male voice to the issue stating that she has "every reason to be upset" further emphasizing to the audience that Medea's upset at her betrayal is justified. She begs for his forgiveness for her previous outbursts and begs Jason to persuade his bride to let him have the children with them so they wont have to deal with the exile.
She continues screaming trying to illustrate the pain that he has caused er.Jason responds telling her he took her away from her old home, a barbaric kingdom and brought her to a civilized place where she now has fame. Medea explains the killings as a way to make Jason feel pain. Initially, we can feel sympathy for Medea for being replaced by Glauce. Responding emotionally unstable, Medea yells at Jason, miou are the worst! Can a person show a ustifiable reason to the killing of others or is the killing of others Justified under certain circumstances? By killing Glauce and Creon, Medea attacks the dream Jason has had of royal cousins for their two sons — ripping apart his desires and aspirations. Is the killing of anyone ever Justified? Jason is very ungrateful towards Medea, she saved his life on his quest for the Golden Fleece, and she has provided him with two sons, with whom Medea has now been burdened.
Medea, proficient in magic, helps Jason. Every last one. However, we can argue that it is all a product of his mistreatment of Medea and te children they share.