The Ultimate Revenge
In ancient Greek times, it is alright if a man wants revenge on another man for hurting him or his loved ones. The man who causes the other manís misery is partially responsible for the another manís actions. In the play Medea, Medea kills Kroenís daughter and her children to get revenge on Jason for leaving her for Kroenís daughter. Because of the values of the Greek Society
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bare the thought of being mocked by her enemies. In the end, Medea can not bare the fact of her children dying by someone elses hand, so she kills them herself. Going through with her plans to kill the princess even when she had time to back out, letting her anger consume her, and killing her children by her own hands ultimately puts Medea most responsible for the deaths then any other person or thing.