Euripides was a legendary playwright and poet from ancient Greece famous for writing in the genre of tragedy. He was seen as the most influential amongst the top tragic playwrights of his time. His prolific writing attracted the masses and he was soon surrounded by great writers of his time. He is believed to have written more than 90 plays out of which only 19 survived through manuscripts for the modern world. Some of his most notable plays were ‘Medea’ and ‘Hippolytus’ and ‘Alcestis’. His plays usually described the darker elements of the society like revenge, hate, loss, biterness and suffering. He was unhappy with the intolerant attitude of women and tried empowering them through his plays. He also used his plays to comment on current events like in ‘The Trojan Women’ where he commented about the ‘Peloponnesian War’. He consecutively took part in annual dramatic festivals and won multiple awards. His plays, thoughts, writings and work continue to influence many modern day writers and are adapted by many theaters. His writings and their characters are a great source of several quotes. We have curated Euripides' most notable quotes and thoughts from the vast sea of his work.