what evidence in the play justifies madea indecision, and conversely?


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Medea is in a tough spot, it's natural that she would feel indecision. The logical thing to do would be to flee to Athens where she could live with her children in relative safety. Still Medea is angry and this clouds her decision making process. She wants revenge, she wants to punish Jason. She can't do that in Athens.