Dicitur interea tibi lex. Medea, after describing the manner in which her passion began, its growth and violence, adverts to the many obligations she had heaped upon him, the dangers to which he was exposed before he could obtain the wished-for prize, and the care she look to fortify him against them; from all which she infers his baseness and ingratitude in deserting her.
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