“Medea” and “Twelfth Night” are all examples of how the role of women has changed throughout society. Women in these plays stood up against oppression and took their lives into their own hands. These works offer insight into the strength of women characters and the struggle for women’s rights in today’s society.
The Role of Women in Medea
If one line could describe the play, it would be ‘hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’. Ideas about complex relationships remain the theme of the play. The plot revolved around Medea who is credited with helping Jason retrieve the Golden Fleece and portrayed