LXVII: Woman, Survivor, Murderer, Euripides’ Medea

Where all Medea's fame lasting relevancy comes from: Euripides. Plus a beautiful song about Medea written/performed by listener Alison Rush (alisonrush.com, Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3CcXbd6MSK0XikfdOmwZ7I?si=9Cy4EX6hSMeVQLTRimmcHA).

CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing.

Sources: Euripides' Medea, translated by Rachel Kitzinger, from The Modern Library's The Greek Plays, The Ovidian Heroine as Author by Laurel Fulkerson, Apollodorus' Library of Greek Mythology translated by Robin Hard, Mythology by Edith Hamilton, Ovid's Heroides as provided on Theoi.com. Edith Hall discussing Medea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_xjPVQxrfo. Article on Enheduanna: https://lithub.com/why-has-no-one-ever-heard-of-the-worlds-first-poet/

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