Chorus Role In Medea
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The Chorus influences our response to Medea and her actions in both a positive and negative manner. The Chorus, a body of approximately fifteen Corinthian women who associate the audience with the actors, is able to persuade and govern us indirectly through sympathy for what has been done to Medea, a princess of Colchis and the victim of her husband’s betrayal of love for another woman. The Chorus also lead us to through sympathy for Medea to accept her decision of taking revenge on princess Glauce and Jason. On the other hand the Corinthian women influence us and our responses towards Medea negatively by pleading to her when she decides to kill the children later in the story.
A way the Chorus influences our response to have pity and to give sympathy to Medea and her situation is by explaining and acquainting us of Medea’s plight.
“I heard her voice, I heard that unhappy woman from Colchis still crying, not calm yet.” (Page 21)
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