The Archetype monologues Medea/Woman-Bomb/Europe function as three stories connected to contemporary Europe and neo-colonialism. All of them are written from a woman’s point of view. Medea is a well-known myth of woman who kills her children as revenge on her husband. In Medea, Ivana Sajko adds political implications – the husband has no name, but only appears as a political ?gure. Medea appears as a rejected woman in the shadows whose role is to smile to the crowds.