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Jasón no solo regresó de los angeles Cólquide con el vellocino de oro, sino que también sedujo a l. a. hija del rey Eetes, Medea. A su vuelta a Yolco, hallan un escenario de traición common del que huyen dejando un rastro carmesí. Cuando recalen en Corinto, Medea desplegará una pavorosa venganza contra Jasón al descubrir que pretende a los angeles hija del rey Creonte. Este imperecedero personaje femenino recoge las leyendas que veían a los angeles hechicera como una mujer exótica y salvaje que, por amor, despierta el lado atroz de lo humano. Sus coetáneos decían que Eurípides prefería representar «las cosas como son y no como debieran», y ello quizá sea lo que nos sigue atrayendo de esta princesa extranjera: su cruda realidad, su repulsión common hacia el perjurio, su asimilación negada, su temible ira, su compromiso con l. a. sangre.
La presente edición de Medea cuenta con los angeles versión y l. a. introducción del helenista, escritor y traductor Ramón Irigoyen. Asimismo, los profesores de comunicación audiovisual de l. a. Universidad Pompeu Fabra Jordi Balló y Xavier Pérez han escrito a cuatro manos el epílogo «La venganza triunfal».
«Venga, pues, ármate
de valor, corazón mío.
¿Por qué aplazar el perpetrar
el negative y necesario mal?»
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The happiness of feeling it inside her, coming to life slowly, then not so slowly; then, after it's born, the countless hours of hugging, rocking, whispering . . giving baths where each movement of her hands is special, privileged . . napping together in the afternoons when Duke is gone . . a darling little blue-eyed baby looking at Persia, at her, fixing its wondering stare on her; alone of all the world. D'ya love me, honey? Mommy loves you too. Except: if Persia Courtney has another baby she'll have to feed it formula this time, not nurse.
A comical squarish grimace opening up the lower part of his face. Cavorting and preening, performing flawless dives when they wish, for the benefit of the admiring white girls. They all know that Peach Tree Creek, emptying into the Cassadaga River by way of the trashy ravine edge of the railroad yard , meandering through the scrubbiest of the back lots of Lower town, is a dirty creek-picking up sludge from factories in its passing and bottles, tin cans , old tires, bones, yes, and raw garbage 47 and used condoms and sewage from drains-not a decent creek for swimming but it's close by, and fast-running in its approach to the river so the scum doesn't accumulate, and deep, as deep as twelve feet beneath the bridge, and dark, deliciously dark, a cool glossy serpentine feel to the current, reflections under the bridge dancing and darting like shreds of dream pulled out into daylight.
She'd love to throw off her clothes and slip into the sudsy bubbly bathwater tart as lemon juice, herself. "Wish I had time to be clean as my little darling, always, " Persia whispers, leaning dizzily to kiss Iris on her snubbed-button nose, "outside and in. Always. " Another episode the adults talk about, for a while, is how John Ritchie died. John Elmore Ritchie, thirty-eight years old at the time of his 27 death at Hammond City jail, August 1952, Negro , U. S. Army veteran of World War II , wounded in the Philippines and walked with a drag to his left foot .