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Medea, Zehra, Mediha / Everything Changes But the Destiny of Woman
The myth of Medea is narrated in different forms such as novel, poetry, painting, opera by using its images, themes and structure. These narrations usually start after the arrival of İason and Medea at Korinthos. The most known and the oldest version of this myth is the tragedy of Euripides. It is also one of the important narrations of Turkish theatre and it is rewrited on different periods at different point of views. In this paper, I will analyze how the myth of Medea is interpreted and rewrited in Medea tragedy and the examples produced based on Euripides’s tragedy in Turkish Theatre. I will refer to Gererd Genette’s rewriting theory to make these analyzations.

Medea, Rewriting, Theatre

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