Medea by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Moses Hadas (trans.)

By Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Moses Hadas (trans.)

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They are lost to their mother; let them be lost to their father. Again my passion waxes and my ha tred boils; the old Erinys reaches for my unwilling hand. Where you lead, wrath, I follow. Would that proud Niobe's brood had issued from my womb, that I had given birth to twice seven sons! I have been too sterile for vengeance, but two I did bear, enough for a brother and a father. That unruly crowd of Furies-where are they rushing, whom are they seeking, for whom preparing their flaming strokes?

Pelias himself, by whose orders the prize of the golden spoil was fetched back on that first shi p, was boi led in a hot cauldron, in whose narrow waters he, too, was a wanderer, and so burned to death. Enough, ye gods, have you avenged the sea: spare him who was ordered to his deed. ) NuRsE: My s pirit quakes and shudders ; great calamity looms ncar. Her pass io n grows pro digio us ; it s tokes its own fires and keeps its violence undiminished. Often have I seen her in a frenzy, assailing t he gods and pulling heaven clown; but this is bigger.

MEDEA 39 JAsON: One is enough to punish me. MEDEA: If this hand of mine could be satisfied with one death it would have sought none; even though I slay two, the number is too petty for my passion. If any pledge of yours is lurking in my womb, even now, I shall rummage my vitals with a sword and with iron drag it forth. JASON: Presently carry out what you have begu n, I will not beseech you further; only give me a respite for my punish· ment. MEDEA: Enjoy your deliberate revenge, my grief, do not hurry.

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