“Medea” is a Greek tragedy written by Euripides. It focuses on the main character, Medea, a strong and sensitive woman. Through her actions and decisions, she experiences the conflict between love, betrayal, revenge and loss. The story shows Medea’s deep emotional turmoil and its impact on others, presenting the challenges and consequences of a bad decision. Tragedy raises important ethical and moral questions, reflecting on the complex nature of life and the influence of feelings on human actions.