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The tragic manuscript that is being analyzed is Euripides Medea This is a horrible tragedy that has a lot of great and interesting elements of playwriting Elements like conflict feminine structure resolution transformation and poetic language were used in this manuscript If an English scholar read this manuscript he was be astounded by the use of language that is in this work of artThe first element that needs to be address is feminine structure Euripides captured the dialogue and the structure of a scorn woman If the average person read this manuscript they wouldve mistaken Euripides as a female because of the excellent feminine quality in this manuscript This manuscript was written in 431 BC So it is very clear the use of respect for the English language in this manuscript The conflict is this manuscript is interesting Since this manuscript is a drama its only fair to have conflict In the first five pages there is conflict from those pages it continues to rise The audience loves to be entertain and with a great amount of conflict its drives them more and more deep in the manuscript In the middle of conflict great poetic language was used to make this script very interesting The use of language and metaphors was superb The way the characters used the English language was excellent The structure of language in the manuscript was use to cause controversy With great language and controversy it can turn just one great manuscript into a phenomenal one If there is conflict in a story there has to be a resolution there to sort everything out For the average reader one would expect to have a great resolution to bring the story to an end But in this case the resolution was kind of a mystery because manuscript lives some many unanswered questions If
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