Macbeth's Manhood

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The He-Man
(The Examination of Macbeth 's manhood)

According to Oxfords dictionary Manhood is defined as “The state or period of being of being a man rather than a child.” This definition is so broad though, manhood can be related to just about anything; graduating high school, graduating college, getting your first job, getting married, and have you first kid. The possibilities are endless, but when I think of manhood I think of a man, sorry ladies but it is called manhood, that 's one: independent, hardworking, a leader, and a provider. With that being said I going to now talk about a cat called Macbeth, you may of heard of him. He 's that one dude from “The Tragedy of Macbeth” the play written by the most famous poets of all William Shakespeare,
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Shortly into the play Macbeth is on the battle field tearing stuff up, and let me tell you he is one bad solider. King Dunncan comes to the battle field and his captain tell him how Macbeth defeated the traitorous Thane of Cawdor, “...... he unseamed him from the nave to th ' chops, and fixed his head upon our battlements” The King responds “O valiant cousin! Worthy gentleman!” In these day your job was to be a warrior, and you worked hard by killing a lot of people, so the King is acknowledging Macbeth 's manhood in his…show more content…
That was my remix to Adele 's song “Skyfall”, just kidding I could never sing like that, but the statement is true. At this point in the play Macbeth is pretty jacked up mentally wise, he just had his best friend murdered and shortly after that he saw Banquo ghost. So it 's safe to say he 's only a couple loops away from being a fruit loop. He decides to go and see four witches to get some answers and some closure. The witches give him four prophecies, but he only understands three of them. The first one is: “Beware of Macduff”, the man who is plotting against Macbeth, the second one is “No man born of a woman can harm you”, and the third one is “No one can take you kingdom until the trees around your castle move.” Macbeth is relieved by these prophecies because for one he had already planned to kill Macduff, two every man is born of a woman, and finally when the do trees ever move. So Macbeth is feeling like he 's to cool for school, nobody can touch him, he 's the man above all men, he is The HE-MAN. Little does he know that witches filled him with a false sense of peace, Macbeths world is about to come crashing down, and Macbeth will get
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