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Corinth (Greece) (search for this): card 1002
me. Medea Before that there are others I shall bring home,The grim word-play is untranslatable: kata/gwmeans both ‘bring home (from exile)’ and ‘bring down.’ wretch that I am. Tutor You are not the only woman to be separated from her children. We mortals must bear misfortune with resignation. Medea I will do so. But go into the house and provide the children with their daily needs. Exit Tutor into the house. My children, my children, you have a city and a home,To the children this means Corinth, to Medea it means the nether world. Such veiled discourse is characteristic of this speech, with the exception of the bracketed section below. in which, leaving your poor mother behind, you will live henceforth, bereft of me. But I shall go to another land as an exile before I have the enjoyment of you and see you happy, before I have tended to your bathsA special bath for the bride and the groom preceded the wedding. and wives and marriage-beds and held the wedding-torches aloft. Ho