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Here's to MacBeth - ... Inspired by witches and goaded by his wife, Macbeth, in the play, murders his liege and executes his grooms, assassinates an ally, and slaughters the wife and children of an enemy.” (Tuchman) However, the real King Macbeth was an able general, a rightful claimant to the throne, with a reign as King that was peaceful and prosperous. He ruled with a steady hand while imposing laws and order to his kingdom and was a promoter of Christianity. The Irish Chronicler, St Berchan, wrote of King MacBeth; “The strong man was fair, yellow-haired and tall....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - William Shakespeare's Macbeth Task: - Explain what act 1 scene 7 tells us about the character of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. What is troubling Macbeth at the beginning of the scene and how does Lady Macbeth persuade him to go through with the murder of Duncan. My aim in this essay is to explain what Act 1, scene 7 tells us about the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, and what troubles does Macbeth come across and how does Lady Macbeth persuade him to murder King Duncan. The purpose that Shakespeare wrote act 1, scene 7, is to notify the audience more about Macbeth's and Lady Macbeth's feeling and thoughts about murdering King Duncan....   [tags: Literary Analysis, English Literature] 1669 words
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The Curse of Macbeth - ... The first unlucky event happened in 1606 on opening night, when William Shakespeare had to play Lady Macbeth, when the boy assigned the role suddenly died. Macbeth was commissioned by King James I who attended the opening night. It was a royal disaster. Fifty years had to pass before Macbeth was performed again. (Bernauw…) Perhaps this is the seed that planted the curse of Macbeth. After this more and more unlucky events occurred whenever Macbeth was performed. In 1672 the actor playing Macbeth actually replaced the prop dagger with a real one and stabbed an actor during the show in Amsterdam....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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Macbeth Analysis - ... Duncan is a true and gracious king, who represents the Elizabeth concept that the king was appointed by God, and is therefore virtually divine. His sincere, virtuous, benevolent character is indicated when he praises “…all deservers” (1, 4, 41-42) and rewards them with generosity. This is also shown by the way he greets Macbeth “O worthiest cousin” (1, 4, 14) and Lady Macbeth “Give me your hand / Conduct me to mine host.” (1, 6, 28-29). Banquo is an important character with a minor role in the first act, whose role increases as the play moves forward....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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Role switching between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth - ... He wishes someone else could do the dirty work for him, while he sits back and waits to be king. Once he finally kills the king, he is overwhelmed with remorse and guilt. Lady Macbeth says, “My hands are of your color, but I shame to wear the heart so white. I hear knocking at the south entry. Retire we to our chamber. A little water clears us of this deed.”(pg.59), and hopes he will get over it quickly. She prays, “Come, you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, and fill me from the crown to the toe top full of direst cruelty.”(pg.33) and “Come to my woman's breasts, and take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers, wherever in your sightless substances you wait on nature's mischief....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1473 words
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The Self Destruction of Macbeth in Macbeth, and Shylock in The Merchant of Venice - ... Shylock states many times throughout The Merchant of Venice that don’t Jews and Christians have the same so called “problems” in life. In a way, Shylock is envious about Antonio. While Antonio can go out in the town and not have to dress and act a certain way, Shylock has a set of rules to follow. “ In Shakespeare’s play, the Christians are in no doubt that Shylock is a through villain: nine times he is called a devil and, as his hatred leads him to kill like an animal, they can find no answer to “excuse the current” of his cruelty” (Brown 92)....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1887 words
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Bravery, Guilt & Violence: The Power of Blood in Macbeth - ... However, she “fear[s]” (I v 15) that Macbeth’s human “nature” (I v 15) is too “milk[y]” (I v 16) with “kindness” (I v 16) for others (especially the King) that he would not take the “nearest way” (I v 17) to the crown by killing Duncan instead of waiting for the prophecy to be fulfilled naturally. “Milk” (I v 16) is white and therefore represents all things pure and innocent. It is also nourishing, such as when a mother gives her baby milk. Therefore, Lady Macbeth believes that in order for Macbeth to “screw” (I vii 67) up his “courage” (I vii 67) to murder Duncan, he must be rid of the feminine flow of milk that infects him....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1490 words
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Deceptive Appearances in Macbeth - ... Lastly, Macbeth uses his appearance to hide his plans to murder Banquo from others, including Lady Macbeth. He arranges for two other men to murder Banquo and Fleance to try and draw suspicion away from himself and appear less guilty. He says, “And make our faces vizards to our hearts, / Disguising what they are.” to his wife after arranging the murders of Banquo and Fleance (3.2.34-35). He talks about hiding who they truly are and their intentions from Banquo so he does not become suspicious....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1370 words
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Increase of Isolation in Macbeth - ... The thought of being king was joyous but also carried along terrible thoughts of murder, “my thought, whose murder yet is but fantastical” (1iiil139). Macbeth began to wonder whether the reign would simply fall to him, “if chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me without my stir,” or whether he would have to perform a dark deed in order to gain the crown (1iiil145). When the thought of murdering Duncan crossed his mind immediately after he finds that he has just been named Thane of Cawdor, he cannot believe he “yields to that suggestion whose horrid image doth unfix my hair and make my seated heart knock at my ribs” (I iii133-35)....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1318 words
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Macbeth - How do the witches create an atmosphere of nightmare And evil in ‘Macbeth’. The play ‘Macbeth’ was written in the early seventeenth century, in a time when the English people believed very strongly in the existence of witches. A range of powers were certified to these evil beings, including the ability to see into the future, control the weather, fly and become invisible at will and communicate with the devil. The witches were believed to enjoy making human beings suffer, by causing livestock to get ill and die, for example....   [tags: essays research papers] 1919 words
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Good vs. Evil in Macbeth - Good vs. Evil in Macbeth The good characters in Macbeth are less interesting than the evil ones. Everybody has an 'evil seed' planted in them. Only the really evil person acts on them and commits something morally wrong. Like Macbeth. When Macbeth first received the prophecies, he actually considered them. " Two truths are told,...but what is not" (line 137-152, Pg 27-29). We see him arguing with himself and feeling disgusted that he even thought that. That was interesting because we get the feeling that something out of the ordinary is coming up and our anticipation gets into the story straightaway....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 912 words
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Macbeth - In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, supernatural powers are used by the three witches. These powers are called familiars. A familiar is a spirit often embodied in an animal and is there to serve and guard a person. Each of the witches possesses a familiar except for the third witch. Her familiar is never laid on the table for us to see. In my paper I will show how the owl is the familiar of the third witch. First you must understand what a familiar is. In Websters dictionary the word familiar is defined as a closely acquainted; an intimate associate or companion, a spirit embodied in an animal and held to attend and serve or guard a person....   [tags: essays research papers] 967 words
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Macbeth - History is made up of many time periods, many of these periods had a certain norm, and a way of thinking that was accepted and adopted by the majority of the people. In the Elizabethan/Jacobean time period the notion accepted and in place at the time was that of a great chain of being. This notion in which God is at the top, then comes the planets, the angels, human kind and finally the animal kingdom. In fact, it was based on psalm 8 and placed God, the all-powerful being, on the uppermost link of the chain and gave him all the power....   [tags: essays research papers] 1304 words
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Macbeth Character Analysis Assignment: Macbeth Is Evil - Macbeth Character Analysis Assignment: Macbeth Is Evil In Shakespeare?s play Macbeth, Macbeth is motivated to commit his evil acts by three forces. For example, the witches in the play give him the first idea that he will be king. In addition, his own ambition starts to take over later in the play. Lastly, Lady Macbeth pushed and forced him constantly to commit these evil acts. By listening to these evil forces, Macbeth commits evil acts which make him evil. The three witches in the play are a pretty big influence on Macbeth....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 633 words
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Free Macbeth Essays: The Impact of Act 2 scene 2 - The Impact of Act 2 scene 2 of Macbeth Act 2 scene 2 is the most violent and intense part of Macbeth although we do no actually witness the murder of King Duncan. It is interesting that Shakespeare chooses to have Macbeth kill Duncan offstage. We can only guess why he wrote the scene that way, I think that Shakespeare wanted to focus not on the murder but on Macbeth’s reaction to it; the bloody details supplied by the audiences imaginations will be much worse than anything that could be done onstage....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Macbeth Essays] 923 words
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The Degradation of Character of Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Degradation of Character of Macbeth The tragedy, Macbeth, was written by William Shakespeare in 1606.   Over the course of the play the main character, Macbeth, undergoes a continuous degradation of moral character. This change of character from good to evil significantly impacts Macbeth's attitude towards the other characters, Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macbeth, and the witches.        The first of the four characters is Duncan. Since Macbeth interacts with Duncan only a minimal amount before Duncan's death, Macbeth's attitude towards him changes very rapidly....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Shakespeare's Macbeth and Euripedes' Medea - Shakespeare's Macbeth and Euripedes' Medea   Shakespeare's Macbeth, and Euripedes' Medea, are both tragic plays in the classical sense. Both Medea and Macbeth lust for the unattainable, and that lust destroys them. It cannot be said which character is a truly tragic figure, because both fit the description. However, if either character deserves more sympathy it is Madea, the jilted wife, not Macbeth the King killer. Macbeth's lust for power and his willingness to please his wife leads to his downfall....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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The Supernatural in Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Supernatural in Macbeth       Everyone has a slightly different interpretation of the supernatural but the interpretation which we can start with is Shakespeare’s. Everyone of Shakespeare’s time found the supernatural fascinating. Shakespeare interpreted the supernatural as witches, magic, unnatural and evil and he expressed his beliefs in the play, “Macbeth” very clearly, as he portrayed the three deformed women with control over the weather and the ability to predict the future. These three evil witches with magical powers were the creation of Shakespeare’s interpretation of the supernatural....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1823 words
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The Problem of Power in Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Problem of Power in Macbeth      "Power poisons every man who covets it for himself" (Chute 126). In the Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, the character, Macbeth, kills the respected King Duncan in his quest for power. However, during his rule, Macbeth demonstrates that he is incapable of mastering the power and responsibilities of being a king. His drive for power and maintaining his power is the source of his downfall. Macbeth is not meant to have authority beyond Thane of Cawdor. When Macbeth is king, he does not use his authority judiciously....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Macbeth by William Shakespeare - Macbeth by William Shakespeare is a wicked display of one man's weaknesses and the forces that possess him. Macbeth was gullible and single-minded. He was obsessed with the throne, which became his ultimate goal. The witches were misleading with their ambiguous predictions because they wanted to disrupt the order of the hierarchy. The witches and the powers that they represented roused Macbeth to the kingship and eventually to his death. Macbeth, just like anybody else, had some weaknesses. He was a gullible and a very single-minded person....   [tags: essays research papers] 575 words
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Soliloquies of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth- Soliloquy Analysis     The opposition of light and dark as symbols for life and death is the foundation upon which much of Shakesphere’s Macbeth is built. In Act V Scene V of Macbeth, strong words covey all of these thoughts to the reader. The tone for Macbeth’s speech is immediately set after hearing of the death of Lady Macbeth. Having lost his queen, and seeing his hopes turn to ashes, the bitter Macbeth now comments on life in caustic words. “Tomorrow creeps in this petty pace.” The basic feel of this brings a negative connotation to tomorrow....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1415 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Lady Macbeth In the play Macbeth, Lady Macbeth would be considered a woman with very few scruples. However, I see her as a woman who is a lot like her husband, Macbeth. She was the same as Macbeth. They were both fiendish people with an overwhelming sense of vaulting ambition. I would even go as far as saying that Lady Macbeth was the one with a greater sense of ambition than Macbeth because she lacked what Macbeth did not. She lacked scruples. It was Lady Macbeth’s scrupulous ambition that led Macbeth to his seat upon the royal throne of Scotland....   [tags: essays research papers] 1035 words
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Macbeth by William Shakespeare - In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare there is a major conflict throughout the whole play. The main character Macbeth is faced with many decisions. The key decision that Macbeth makes that leads to his death is his decision to kill King Duncan. The opportunity cost would be keeping his loyalty to the king and his country. Macbeth, who is the Thane of Cawdor and already Thane of Glamis, has everything going for him. He has a good heart, but there is only one thing which keeps him from continuing to be a good person....   [tags: essays research papers] 524 words
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Guilt in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Guilt in Macbeth        There is a large burden of guilt carried by Lady Macbeth and Macbeth in Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. Let's look at this situation closely in the following essay.   Fanny Kemble in "Lady Macbeth" asserts that Lady Macbeth was unconscious of her guilt, which nevertheless killed her:   Lady Macbeth, even in her sleep, has no qualms of conscience; her remorse takes none of the tenderer forms akin to repentance, nor the weaker ones allied to fear, from the pursuit of which the tortured soul, seeking where to hide itself, not seldom escapes into the boundless wilderness of madness....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Power in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Power in Macbeth There are many different types of power that a person may have. Some of the time, however, the person in that power is not the best person to be in that power. This is especially true in William Shakespeare's Macbeth. Throughout the course of the play, the Three Witches and Lady Macbeth are the people with the most power over Macbeth's life. The more power that a person has, the more corrupt they become. Many different people in Macbeth have power, and there are different ways to be powerful, Usually, men are the ones who are outward and aggressive about it, and women are more subdued about it....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 659 words
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Damning Guilt in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Damning Guilt in Macbeth   Both main characters in the Shakespearean tragedy Macbeth meet unfortunate ends, with this due in part at least to the huge burden of guilt which they must carry through most of the drama.   In Fools of Time: Studies in Shakespearean Tragedy, Northrop Frye sees a relationship between Macbeth's guilt and his hallucinations:   The future moment is the moment of guilt, and it imposes on one, until it is reached, the intolerable strain of remaining innocent. [. . .] We notice that anyone who is forced to brood on the past and expect the future lives in a world where that which is not present is present, in other words in a world of hallucination....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Fear and Cowardice in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth:  Fear and Cowardice   William Shakespeare's great tragedy, Macbeth is a play based more on character than deed. The play is a journey along the life of Macbeth, beginning at the apex of his career and following him to his demise. The cause of this sudden deterioration has been debated for centuries. Some attribute Macbeth's quick degeneration to ambition. Although Macbeth is not lacking in ambition, this is not the essential element that causes his demise. It is fear that permeates Macbeth--utter cowardice drives his will into sinful acts resulting in regression....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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The Insecurity of Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Insecurity of Macbeth   Macbeth, the main character in William Shakespeare's tragedy, Macbeth was not secure in his manhood.  This insecurity led to the downfall of Macbeth because he felt the need to prove himself to Lady Macbeth. After he proved himself by killing Duncan, Macbeth became desensitized to killing. In the beginning of the play Macbeth showed his love for Lady Macbeth in many different ways. He told her his feelings toward her "My dearest love" (act I, scene v, l 58). Macbeth listens to what Lady Macbeth has to say, and takes her advice into consideration every time he makes a decision....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 458 words
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Death and the Supernatural in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth: Death and the Supernatural Throughout William Shakespeare's Macbeth, many characters evolve and many disappear into the background. The main character, Macbeth, travels through utter chaos when he proclaims himself monarch. When he first meets the witches of the supernatural, they tell him of the future. One of the themes amplified throughout the play is the circle of life, from the beginning to the end. The visions provided by the three witches begin Macbeth's quest for dominance....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1141 words
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Roles for Women in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth's Roles for Women        In William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth there is only one significant woman, the all-controlling figure of Lady Macbeth, on whom lies responsibility for the main action in the drama - the murder of Duncan. We shall mostly study her role in this essay.   Clark and Wright in their Introduction to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare contradict the impression that the female protagonist is all strength:   Lady Macbeth is of a finer and more delicate nature....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Feminine Roles in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth's Feminine Roles   The feminine roles in William Shakespeare's Macbeth are only two, the witches being not human in many ways, and we shall consider only one in great detail in this essay - that of the all-important Lady Macbeth. The witches are considered briefly.   In "Memoranda: Remarks on the Character of Lady Macbeth," Sarah Siddons comments on how the feminine role of the leading lady is not a typical one as regards attitude:   [Macbeth] announces the King's approach; and she, insensible it should seem to all the perils which he has encountered in battle, and to all the happiness of his safe return to her, -- for not one kind word of greeting or congratulations does she offer, -- is so entirely swallowed up by the horrible design, which has probably been suggested to her by his letters, as to have forgotten both the one and the other....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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The Free Will of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Free Will of Macbeth    Shakespeare “Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.” (Witches, IV, I, 94) Everyone has control over something. Whether it be themselves, someone else, or a possession, they have control. Throughout the play Macbeth, written by Shakespeare, Macbeth is controlled by three witches and also his wife. Macbeth has a free will to choose to do what he wants but he frequently chooses to do what others want or predict of him. In Act I, Scene iii, Macbeth can’t withhold himself from knowing more of what the witches have to predict....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1236 words
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The Supernatural in Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Supernatural in Macbeth Displays of supernatural activities were used throughout Macbeth, and evidence of this was brought out in the appearances of the three Witches. In Shakespeare's day, special effects were not used in his plays. Therefore, the dramatic performances and the suspenseful scenes were the fundamental qualities to making a great play. Shakespeare used the element of the unknown to evoke fear in the minds of his audience. By allowing the Witches to see into the future, it made Macbeth more suspenseful....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 740 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - In Shakespeare's Macbeth, specific scenes focus the readers' attention to the suspense and involvement of the supernatural. The use of witches, apparitions and ghosts provide important elements in making the play interesting. Examining certain scenes of the play, it can be determined that as supernatural occurrences develop, Macbeth reflects a darker self-image. Macbeth experiences his first strange encounter of the supernatural when he meets the three witches in act one, scene one. After learning of his prophecies to become king, Macbeth states, "Glamis, and Thane of Cawdor: The greatest is behind (still to come)." (1.3.117-118)....   [tags: essays research papers] 711 words
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Potential for Evil in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth and the Human Potential for Evil Macbeth is a study of the human potential for evil; it illustrates, though not completely in a religious context, the Christian concept of humanity’s loss of God’s grace. The triumph of evil in a man with many good qualities becomes evident, as the reader is made aware that the potential for evil is frighteningly present in all of humanity and needs only wrong circumstances and a relaxation of our desire for good to consume ones mind. The good in Macbeth cries out poingnantly through his feverish imagination, but the instigation of a supernatural power, Lady Macbeth, and Macbeth’s worldy ambition all combine to crush his better nature....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 719 words
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The Moral Lessons of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Moral Lessons of Macbeth "Your hand, your tongue: look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under't." (Shakespeare 1.5. 64-66) Throughout Shakespeare's Macbeth, things are not always as they seem. Deception in this play is always present, especially with the main characters - Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth is the most skilled at persuading others, especially her husband, into believe things that are not true. The above quote, spoken by Lady Macbeth to her husband, shows exactly how manipulative and deceiving she can be....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1164 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - This is a really shit essay for those of you who just want to get away with handing something in and getting away with it MacBeth makes for fascinating theater. Discuss MacBeth has the makings of brilliant theater Elements such as dramatic impact, characterisation, language and the themes combine to make the play intriguing and compelling. When the play opens in scene one there is thunder and lightening on a "desolate place", this itself is intriguing Then, racked with curiosity, the audiences focus shifts to the "weird sisters"....   [tags: essays research papers] 793 words
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The Supernatural in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Use of the Supernatural in Macbeth    Shakespeare’s Macbeth has many supernatural actions. Although all of supernatural do not have exactly same role in the play, the main purposes of supernatural are to attract the attention from audience [manipulation], to foreshadow future events, to show the characteristics of individual, and to connect the idea with theme. In the play, the supernatural occurs: witchesí appearance throughout the story, the strange behavior of Macbeth after the murderer of King Duncan, the situation of nature in Scotland, appearance of Banquoís ghost and imagination of dagger which was flying in the air....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 601 words
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Masculinity in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Masculinity in Macbeth Shakespeare              The great masterpiece Macbeth, which is written by William Shakespeare, deals with many different hidden themes. One of the best-hidden themes in Macbeth is manhood. Shakespeare's descriptions of his characters give real descripitions of living beings, not actors upon a stage. His manuscript is able to show the masculinity of men as well of women.  Masculinity is not just for men; some women are just like men in their quest for ambition....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 574 words
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Inside the Mind of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Inside the Mind of Macbeth Some writers concern themselves with inward psychological processes. In these works the focus is the mind of the character and the decisions that he makes. The reader is concentrated on whether the character will make the right choice or the wrong choice. He can stay the same, or learn something about himself and change. In the play Macbeth, Shakespeare uses the mental processes of Macbeth to reveal and explore his character. Through the opinions that Macbeth possesses, the reader interprets his personality....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 718 words
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Reward and Punishment in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth: Reward and Punishment In Macbeth, a dramatic tragedy by William Shakespeare, the heroic characters are rewarded, and the evil ones are punished. From her appearance in the play, Lady Macbeth is an evil woman who causes her husband's change of role. She becomes insane with guilt and kills herself, receiving her punishment in full. Malcolm, King Duncan's son, is a heroic and honorable person throughout the play. He is crowned King of Scotland in the last act, and finally gets what he deserves....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1089 words
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The Truly Tragic Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth: Truly Tragic Macbeth is the epitome of what the literary world regards as a "tragic hero". His admirable qualities are supplanted with greed and hate when three witches dupe him. The three witches enter with the first scene from William Shakespeare's, Macbeth, a tragic tale of one man's quest for power that leads to his ultimate defeat. The story revolves around our tragic hero, Macbeth, and how an admirable and noble man, so established in society, can fall so greatly. Throughout the play, he is driven by an obsession to become King of Scotland, and in the process commits acts of betrayal and treachery to achieve this goal....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 1304 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the prophecy of three witches drives the noble Thane's ambition beyond that of morality. His relationships with others, his dignity, and his sense of self-worth are all sacrificed for the title of King. The witches' prophecy inflates Macbeth's ambition and ego, causing him to take destiny into his own hands. Happiness, however, did not foresee his gain and eventually ruin was all that found him. At the beginning of the play Macbeth was a dedicated soldier for Scotland and its King, Duncan....   [tags: essays research papers] 522 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - “When our actions do not, our fears do make us traitors.” In the story Macbeth by William Shakespeare this was a basic theme of the book, as Macbeth was faced with many very hard choices and dealt with a lot of pressure from people around him. He soon began to be so obsessed with power that he began to go insane. Macbeth had a difficult and troubling process to gain the power he wanted. He also began to take down other people with him, like his wife who went crazy and eventually killed herself....   [tags: essays research papers] 673 words
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"Blood Will Have Blood" in Macbeth - Analyzing Macbeths statement "Blood will have blood" in Macbeth by William Shakespeare In Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth, Macbeth says, "Blood will have blood…," is implying one of the main themes. Along with this quotation, there are many more quotations throughout the story that support the theme of blood. Macbeth has always been known to be a bloody story, but it is proven so much by the numerous quotations dealing with blood and murder. The first well know quotation to come across, dealing with blood, would most likely be agreed upon to be "Will all great Neptune's oceans wash this blood clean from my hand?" (2.2.78-79) Macbeth says this while talking to Lady Macbeth just after murdering Duncan....   [tags: Papers, Shakespeare] 316 words
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Retribution in Shakespeare's Macbeth - In the most literal sense, retribution is defined as “the dispensing or receiving of reward or punishment especially in the hereafter,” according to the Merriam Webster Dictionary. In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the ideas of “give and take” are based on one’s actions. It is a theme that’s located in every aspect of the text, wherein the characters gain or lose power and/or life due to actions taken against them as well as by them. Nothing is inconsequential or coincidence. Things were all planned, though not in the sense of destiny and preordained fate but rather in the combination of man and greed and the fight for power....   [tags: essays research papers] 1058 words
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Honor and Bravery in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth: Honor and Bravery A struggle is present in every tragedy, as a person tries to overcome their flaws and fit the mold of their ideal. William Shakespeare plainly defined a good man in the play, Macbeth. Prudence and logic, temperance and patience, as well as the vindication of honor are Shakespeare's defining characteristics of a good man. Honor and bravery are Shakespeare’s defining characteristics of a good man while illogical passion and impatience are characteristics that do not characterize a good man....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 635 words
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Importance of Sleep in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Sleep in Macbeth It is natural to want to sleep after working hard. If something goes wrong or if the conscience feels guilt, the body will not let the person rest. The conscience keeps the person awake to think about his sins and keep torturing him until he confesses. In the play Macbeth, William Shakespeare uses images of sleep to show the guilt of Macbeth's and Lady Macbeth's conscious. When the idea of the first murder enters their heads, things begin to go wrong. They no longer have the natural healthy, normal sleep....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 710 words
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Free Essays - The Manipulative Lady Macbeth - The Manipulative Lady Macbeth In certain situations, women are the downfall of men. Macbeth is a prime example on how women influence men. We are going to probe into the hidden lives of Lord and Lady Macbeth, and show how without Lady Macbeth, Macbeth would have lived and prospered. Lady Macbeth was a small but very important part of the play Macbeth. She is always on the side of Macbeth telling him what she thinks he should do. When Macbeth was off at war, and told lady Macbeth that the witches greeted him as Thane of Cawdor, and King of Scotland before he received those titles, she was probably scheming no how to fulfill those before he returned home....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 399 words
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William Shakespeare's Macbeth - William Shakespeare's Macbeth The main character is not introduced into the play until the third scene, but before hand the witches mention Macbeth in one of their speeches in scene 1 act 1. This makes the reader become intrigued as they want to know more about Macbeth and who he is Macbeth is shown as a brave, noble warrior defending his country against its enemies, although when he meets the witches his true feelings are told. His feeling is AMBITION His greed and ambition grows when the witches tell him he will soon be king so he does off and kills Duncan and Banguo....   [tags: Papers] 334 words
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How Does Shakespeare Show a Change in Lady Macbeth - Lady Macbeth is an extremely ambitious woman and wants more than anything for her husband, Macbeth, to be the next King of Scotland. When King Duncan announces that his son, Malcolm, is to be the next King, Duncan’s murder is planned. Lady Macbeth’s crucial role in the play is to persuade Macbeth to carry out the murder of Duncan. In the beginning she is ambitious, controlling and strong. However as the plot concludes there is an extreme change in her character and personality which surprises the audience....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 728 words
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Witches Effect in Macbeth - Topic: How important are the witches to Macbeth. Discuss the effects of the witches on character, plot, themes and audience. In the play of 'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare the witches have an important effect on Macbeth, the characters, the plot, the theme and the audience. They help construct the play and without them it would have been a totally different story line. The three weird sisters influence Macbeth in his acts, they effect characters lives, orientate the plot, they are related to most of the themes and appeal the audience's attention....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1144 words
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Witches in William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Witches in William Shakespeare's Macbeth When comparing the witches from the play 'Macbeth' to their image of the time we must first make clear what that image is. During Macbeth's time, the 17th century, there was a universal belief of witches. This belief was in the fact that witches were powerful and fearful, unlike their pantomime figures of today, and that they had extraordinary powers which the public couldn't understand. Using their power they would do evil things and so as a result the witches were hated....   [tags: Papers] 5085 words
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Analyzing Macbeth's Weak Charachter in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Shakespeare's Macbeth is about the change in Macbeth's character and his inner motives and feelings. Throughout the play the audience bears witness to Macbeth's thoughts and feelings in his soliloquies, speech, and asides. One often wonders whether it is fate, the witches, or the people around him that compel him to think in certain ways and influence his decisions. It is only his own character from the beginning, however, that allows him to make some of the choices that he does and commit horrific deed during the play....   [tags: essays research papers] 1094 words
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Macbeth's Susceptibility to Wife and Witches - MACBETH "Macbeth" is one of Shakespeare's best-loved plays. The title character is a tragic figure who is easily misled and often misunderstood. Macbeth is a complex character who shows us countless aspects of his personality throughout the play, as he transforms from an ambitious and noble man to a blood thirsty and merciless maniac. We can still sympathise with Macbeth after all the dreadful crimes that he commits because we see in full detail his susceptibility to his wife's ruthless ambitions and the superstitious predictions of the witches....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1522 words
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Free Macbeth Essays: The Role of Guilt - The Role of Guilt in Macbeth Guilt plays a strong role in motivating Macbeth, and causes Lady Macbeth to be driven over the edge of sanity - to her death. Throughout the story, there are many different types of guilty feelings that play a role in Macbeth’s fatal decisions and bring Lady Macbeth to commit suicide. Although there are many instances that show the power guilt has played on the main characters, there are three examples that show this the best. One is, just after the murder of the great King, Duncan....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 922 words
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Macbeth As A Tragic Hero - Shakespeare's Macbeth as a Tragic Hero The character of Macbeth is a familiar example of a Shakespearean tragic hero. There are many contributing factors which lead to his overall demise, often referred to as degeneration of his character who "suffers from ambition" (Cunningham 111-21) and the "passions of the mind" (Kirsch 269-96). Macbeth was born a Scottish nobleman who was a recognized soldier with an appetite for his opposing enemy's blood in order to protect his country and gain his valor....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1835 words
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Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Two Sided Lady Macbeth - The Two Sided Lady Macbeth             One of the main characters in the Shakespearean play Macbeth, is the wife of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth.  Lady Macbeth is a very two sided character in this play.  She consistently acts differently when she is with her husband than she does when she is not.  There are various examples of this exhibitied in the play.             One of the most notable examples of this is contained in Act I Scene v when Lady Macbeth reads the letter written to her by Macbeth.  Shortly after reading it, she makes the comment that she feels Macbeth is too kind to  murder Duncan and that he will need her help, strength, and willpower to  commit it.  However, after she hears that Macbeth is returning home, she calls  upon evil spirits and other demonic entities to give her some aid.  She does  this because she realizes that she doesn’t have the strength of will to persuade  Macbeth into murdering Duncan after all.  Then, when Macbeth arrived, just  after she finished praying for help, she acts as if she has a heart of stone and  that Macbeth is not a man if he is afraid of killing Duncan.  This is a prime  example of her deception towards him, and how she acts differently when she  is alone than when she is around him....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework] 562 words
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Free Essays - Desire and Reason in Macbeth - Desire and Reason in Macbeth In the play Macbeth the word desire occurs 7 times and the word reason occurs 5 times. These words have an important correlation and are a main theme in the play. Although the meaning of these words does not vary much at all in this play, their impact on the play is in the words surrounding them, and their place in the development of the plot. The first time desire shows up in the play is when Lady Macbeth is speaking in her first soliloquy and says, "I burned in desire to question them further"....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 445 words
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macbeth: symbolism - In every Shakespearean tragedy there is always something called the “fatal flaw”. This flaw is seen in the main character or hero of the play. The hero always has the ability to overcome or control this flaw, however, if he can not control this flaw he reaches a point of doom. A point in the story where he has no choice but to continue downward through the spire of entropy. This leads to the tragedy. His or her end. The flaw is usually a master passion. This passion controls the hero’s thoughts and actions, and, if unable to control this passion it will lead to his doom....   [tags: essays research papers] 957 words
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Changing Mind State of Macbeth - Macbeth: A Slope into Madness History has proven that weak character and ill intentions can cause some of the world’s greatest figures to slowly fall into a slippery slope of evil, which finally climaxes with their eventual ruin. Whether the spark that started the fire came from within the leader, or some outside force easing its way into the characters mind through manipulation, the result is never a happy ending. Nothing can be closer to the truth for Macbeth in William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 773 words
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Shakespeare's Macbeth - Why does Macbeth Murder Duncan? - Why does Macbeth Murder Duncan. In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, the lead character of the same name is not sufficiently happy with the high social position he occupies and the honored status he has acquired. Viewing the play simplistically, one may conclude that Duncan is murdered due to the ambition of Macbeth. Ambition is a sin, of course, and therefore Macbeth is punished for his sins. If one does not care to probe more deeply, this evaluation of the play is almost entirely satisfactory, because it is very simple and neat....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Evil in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Lady Macbeth as a Second Eve - The Different Faces of Evil - Lady Macbeth as a Second Eve   Natural disasters in newspaper headlines, literature, video games, Hollywood movies, gapers at accidents, TV series in the afternoon - they all prove the our fascination about the evil, about death and violence. The evil in Macbeth is clearly omnipresent and an almost endless theme for different analysis. The role of Lady Macbeth is interesting on many levels of interpretation, but I shall focus on her way of being evil and her way of interacting with other characters in the play....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Macbeth is a Jacobean Tragedy - Written early in the reign of James I (1603­1625), Shakespeare's Macbeth is a typical "Jacobean" tragedy in many important respects. Referred to superstitiously by actors as "the Scottish play," the script commemorates James's national heritage by depicting events during the years 1040 to 1057 in his native Scotland. The play also celebrates the ruler's intense interest in witchcraft and magic, which was recorded in a book he wrote in 1597 entitled Demonology. Further topical allusions to the king include all the passages in the script mentioning sleeplessness, which are relevant since James was a well-known insomniac....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1201 words
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Hamlet And Macbeth As Tragedies - In every one of William Shakespeare plays is a tragic hero, and every tragic hero has a tragic flaw. Two examples of this would occur in Hamlet and Macbeth. Both title characters possess the equalities of a tragic hero. What is tragedy. Aristotle defines tragedy: "A tragedy must not be the spectacles of a perfect good man brought to adversity. For this merely stock us" (1). Not in every play where a hero dies is considered a tragedy. Also, "Nor, of course, must it be that of a bad man passing from adversity to prosperity: for that is not tragedy at all, but the perversion of tragedy, and revolts moral sense"....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 812 words
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Shakespeares Star Crossed Lovers - In Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, set in Verona, Italy, Juliet’s own happiness is put on hold due to her parents authority and the lack of control children had in the sixteenth century. John W. Draper’s excerpt “Shakespeare’s Star-Crossed Lovers” also supports my outlook on how Juliet’s life is being controlled by her parents. Juliet is a thirteen year old Capulet who’s family is in a lifelong feud with her love interest’s family, Romeo, a Montague. In Act three, Scene five, Juliet is forced with a dilemma....   [tags: essays research papers] 494 words
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Shakespeare's Macbeth - nj A perfect pair, almost the same. Macbeth and his Lady stood witty and strong. Their two faces of innocence were an immaculate cover-up for their cruel intentions. A nightmare alone, Macbeth realizes what he has committed. A little help from Lady sent his poor soul into the darkness of evil, for she has a heart of stone. Blood of a serpent, Macbeth is surely one who dramatically changes his way of thought. Confiding with his Lady is no longer of any need, his evil ambition has overridden all his fears....   [tags: essays papers] 902 words
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Macbeth: A Noble and Highly Respected Figure In Ducan's Reign - Macbeth: A Noble and Highly Respected Figure In Ducan's Reign Macbeth was a noble and highly respected figure in King Duncan's reign. He lived a brave and honest life, serving the King and his country against evil. The Tragedy of Macbeth occurred when the weird sisters met Macbeth for the first time. An evil mind took over Macbeth, and he was doomed to the witches prophesies until his death. Macbeth was a General of the King's army, and served the King with honor and dignity. After success in the battle against the Thane of Cawdor, which was Macbeth's final serving for King Duncan, Banquo and he met with the King....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 797 words
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Free Essays - Free Will Isn't Free in Macbeth - Macbeth - Free Will Isn't Free Could Macbeth choose his own path in life or is it already planned. Everything he does in his life is already planned out. It is destined for what happens happened in his life. He still has his free will, but no matter what everything is bound to happen as it were destined to. His destiny is still a step ahead of him. No matter what his decision is, even the three witches can foretell his future. Every decision that Macbeth choose was on his free will and his fate is already destined for him ahead of times....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 840 words
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Macbeth - Shakespeare - Act One 1.) Macbeth’s reaction to the witches prophecy is one of surprise, and interest. He also wants to be told more, and know how the witches know these things. Banquo however, is more cautious, and not sure. Banquo also questions if the witches were even real; he is much more sceptical. 2.) Macbeth finds out in scene 4 that Malcolm, not him is chosen by the King to be his successor, this makes Macbeth decide that “chance” will not make him King, and to be King, he must do something about it....   [tags: essays research papers] 1082 words
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Sympathy for the Tragic Hero of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Sympathy for the Tragic Hero of Macbeth        A tragedy according to Aristotle within ‘Poetics’ is; ’…Imitation of an action that is serious and also, as having magnitude, complete in itself...in a dramatic, not narrative form; with incidents arising pity and fear, wherewith to accomplish its catharsis of such emotions’ In Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, the character of Macbeth murders his king, Duncan, for personal motives, there appears to be little subjective reasoning for the murder.  This perhaps encapsulates the notion of an incident which has the potential to arise pity from an audience....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Free Macbeth Essays: The Murder of King Duncan - The Murder of King Duncan in Macbeth Many factors were involved in Macbeth's decision to kill King Duncan. He had pressure from his wife, he had an idea in his head, given to him by the three witches, and he was extremely ambitious. All of these factors contributed to his demise in the end and his decision to murder his king. This whole situation comes about because of three witches who wanted to cause trouble for Macbeth. They knew all along what would happen to him in the end. Macbeth is ambitious and the witches played upon that by promising Macbeth great things, such as becoming the king of Scotland, and Thane of Cawdor....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 717 words
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Macbeth Essay - Macbeth Macbeth is a play written by William Shakespeare in the 1600th Century, when England was under the rule of King James. Shakespeare was born and lived in Stafford upon Avon. Macbeth was one of his famous works, and it is about a man, Macbeth who kills the king, so he can rule England. The plot is complicated and the play develops a character profile of Macbeth showing how his mind and morals change and develop. The play can be analysed from three different perspectives: Prose, Theatre, and Poetry and I will, in all three....   [tags: essays research papers] 818 words
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Macbeth: Many People Were Involved In the Death of Duncan - Macbeth: Many People Were Involved In the Death of Duncan There were many people involved in the death of Duncan, the King of Scotland. However, Macbeth bears the major responsibility for the murder. Macbeth committed the task by his own hand. He understood the significance of the prediction in relation to his own ambitions. Finally, Macbeth was aware of his actions and he accepted them. Macbeth murdered Duncan. He was the one who stabbed the King and he admits that freely in the play....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 799 words
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The Affects of Duncans Murder in Shakespeare's Macbeth - The Affects of Duncans Murder in Shakespeare's Macbeth William Shakespeare differentiated Macbeth's and Lady Macbeth's reactions towards the murder of Duncan in the tragic play Macbeth. The plotting of the homicide, the actual assassination, and the actions after the slaughter demonstrate these responses due to the murder. First, as I am his kinsman and his subject, / Strong both against the deed; then, his host, / .../ Not bear the knife myself. Besides, this Duncan/ Hath borne his faculties so meek, hath been/ So clear in his great office, that his virtues/ Will plead like angels," This quote from Macbeth's soliloquy explains his relationship with Duncan, and how he has no reason for killing the king....   [tags: Papers] 392 words
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The Lying Witches and the Downfall of Shakespeare's Macbeth - Lying Witches and the Downfall of Macbeth      A false statement or a statement intended to deceive someone is known as a lie.  Of course, there are many different types of lies. There are those blatant lies that have no truth in them whatsoever, lies of omission, and half-truths.         In the Shakespearean play, Macbeth, evil witches deceive their victim, Macbeth, by telling him half-truths about his prophecies.  As a result of this new "half-true" knowledge, Macbeth makes rash decisions that lead him to paranoia, grief, and eventually his downfall....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Maligning Female Roles in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Macbeth's Female Roles         The female roles in William Shakespeare's Macbeth are those of the witches, more supernatural than human, Lady Macbeth and Lady Macduff, the latter being presented in a minor, almost insignificant way. This paper will explore the role of Lady Macbeth and only make slight comment on the witches.   Fanny Kemble in "Lady Macbeth" finds that the main female role could have ended in madness due to the evil tendencies of the lady:   Lady Macbeth, even in her sleep, has no qualms of conscience; her remorse takes none of the tenderer forms akin to repentance, nor the weaker ones allied to fear, from the pursuit of which the tortured soul, seeking where to hide itself, not seldom escapes into the boundless wilderness of madness....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Free Macbeth Essays: The Greater Guilt - The Greater Guilt in Macbeth Everybody is driven by guilty conscience in our life. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth feel guilty at different times and different ways. Macbeth feels guiltier than Lady Macbeth after the murder of Duncan. During the Banquet, Mecbeth is very upset and nervous after seeing the ghost, But Lady Macbeth is making an excuse about her husband’s fear, and she doesn’t show any guilt. At the end of the play, the opposite is true: Lady Mecbeth feels guiltier than mecbeth.. Guilt is responsible for the death of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Macbeth Essays] 615 words
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